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I don't have time for ADRs

I refer to the news story 'Snowed under GPs too busy for drug reaction reports' (January 20). I have been a principal for 18 years and I used to fill in drug reaction reports conscientiously. About two years ago I gave up. The reason ­ too much paperwork, too little time.

Dr Jeremy Budd


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