one in which parents had no control in any of the clinical decisions.
There was no evidence of teratogenicity or any other adverse effect on reproduction in female rats fed erythromycin base (up
dispensed, 30 mg (3%) active erythromycin and 50 mg (5%) benzoyl peroxide in a gel vehicle of
Continental Europe, and it has, in a very large degree, supplanted the Plain
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