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Compendium of Pharmaceuticals and Specialties

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  1. more commonly known by its abbreviation CPS, is a book published annually by the Canadian Pharmacists Association

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  2. In the past, the CPS has been criticized for being heavily influenced by the pharmaceutical industry and for lacking important information, such as efficacy and price

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  3. lists commonly used pharmaceuticals in Canada

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  4. not a comprehensive list of all pharmaceuticals available in Canada

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  5. Being Canadian, it exists in a French and English version

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  6. Recently, it has become available online

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