What is the difference between pharmaceutical and pharmacological?

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« Last Edit: 21/06/2009 21:23:08 by chris »
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For a start, "pharmaceutical" is a noun and means "drug or material with clinical effects", whilst pharmacological is an adjective and describes how an agent might work.

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