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K.K. Mustafah

The Kerala High Court has come down upon chemists and medical stores that do not have proper storage facilities. The court has asked the State Government to cancel the licences of those shops that do not keep medicines in wooden shelves. When exposed to sunlight, medicines lose their potency.

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