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Pharmacy is an interdisciplinary field of science, which covers the knowledge of fate of drugs (pharmacons), excipients and formulated pharmaceutical products outside and inside the body. Separation of pharmacy as a separate entity of medicine is dated back to the ninth century. The trend toward specialization was later reinforced by a law enacted by the German Emperor Frederic II at the beginning of the thirteenth century. Since these early times pharmacy underwent a continuous and intense development. Pharmaceutics, Pharmaceutical chemistry, Pharmacognosy, Pharmacology and Toxicology are the conventional fields of pharmacy, which serve as the source of practical and theoretical basis of development of new pharmaceutical products......
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