Impending close of California’s Poison Control System highlighted on public radio

As California legislators continued to wrangle over the details of a state budget bill, National Public Radio's Kelley Weiss covered the impact of potential cuts on the California Poison Control System. June 24, 2009 Morning Edition guests included Stuart Heard, PharmD, FCSHP, UCSF School of Pharmacy faculty member and executive director of the system, which the School administers for California.

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Calif. Budget Issues Could Axe Poison Control Center

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