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June 2010

the language access in pharmacies act passed in 2009 requires pharmacies in NYC to offer translated drug labels to clients from ethnic neighborhoods speaking one of the city's seven most common foreign languages, including korean and bengali. a 2010 study evaluating the accuracy of labels translated into spanish found

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