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That continues today as Mayo looks for new inventions and new drug therapies for the care of patients, and sometimes, as a pharmacist, we're asked to come up with new formulations to help a physician administer a drug to a patient in a new way or a different way that hasn't been discovered. So that's an approach that, again, collaborating with physicians to help the advance of health care and patient care down the road.
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