Supplying a pharmacy for NASA exploration spaceflight: challenges and current understanding

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Supplying a pharmacy for NASA exploration spaceflight: challenges and current understanding
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In the absence of terrestrial medical facilities, astronauts rely primarily on pharmaceuticals to manage medical concerns during spaceflight. However, there has been very little study of medications in the space environment, leading to a number of questions regarding drug effectiveness or stability in space.

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Go to the profile of F. M. de Monasterio
about 5 years ago

A most important subject for any manner of manned space exploration. Good read.

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