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Catalogue Persistent Identifier

https://nla.gov.au/nla.cat-vn657700

APA Citation

National Pharmacies.  Vital health : the National Pharmacies members magazine.

MLA Citation

National Pharmacies.  Vital health : the National Pharmacies members magazine

Australian/Harvard Citation

National Pharmacies.  n.d.,  Vital health : the National Pharmacies members magazine

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{{Citation
  | title=[article title here]
  | author=[article author here]
  | author2=[first co-author here]
  | date=[date of publication]
  | journal=Vital health : the National Pharmacies members magazine
  | author1=National Pharmacies
  | publisher=Published by Hardie Grant Magazines in conjunction with Clemenger BBDO for National Pharmacies
  | language=English
}}

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