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I'm prepping for step 1 and i still haven't started pharmacology; everybody recommends Lippincott's Illustrated Reviews for pharmacology but I'm not really sure i have enough time to study all of it; is it worth it ? how much time is needed for this book (answer only if you've used it before) ? and is there any better alternative ?
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Read it only if you have time for it... I did read it, its good, I really liked it (In fact, if I had the time... I'd read it again), it takes you by the hand into the wonderful, fantastic and magic word of pharmacology...
However, there's a price you have to pay for that... that is: TIME (no less than 10 days, that's what it took me to read it... cover to cover, a to z, up to down)
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thanks for that answer! i think i do have time for it afterall !!!
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