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Further to your report (News, November 8) I think antibiotics should certainly not be available OTC. And to choose chloramphenicol as the first one is beyond belief. Its use was severely restricted many years ago owing to its liability to cause aplastic anaemia. Under no circumstances.

Dr F.V.Griffiths

Medical adviser for Norwich Union HealthCare, Cornwall

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