Sunday, June 5, 2011

The Universal Sign For Pharmacists

Gang members have their own signs, military people have combat signs, and deaf people have signs they use to communicate with each other every day.

So why shouldn't pharmacists have their own signs too? Here's the first sign every community pharmacist should learn before they begin their career. It just may come in handy.

I have been robbed. from Travel Signs on Vimeo.

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