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Protect the patients' privacy

It is very common for pharmaceutical company representatives to take pictures of patients' prescriptions. This problematic practice raises concerns about patients' privacy.
We don't know how our personal information and medical records are being used by pharmaceutical companies. Many patients are least concerned about this, but it is important that they are aware of the necessity of their privacy. Hospital authorities must take measures to end this practice.

Mehedee Hasan
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