Elizabeth Whalley Buono will be presenting Usability of a Medication Event Reminder Monitor System (MERM) by providers and patients to improve adherence in the management of Tuberculosis at the International Pharmaceutical Conference and Expo: Bridging Pharma Academia with the Industry.

March 21-23, 2018
Philadelphia, PA

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• Separation Techniques and more

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