Off topic: info about a medication - colleagues living in France...
Thread poster: jokerman
| | jokerman
Local time: 19:45
English to German
Dear colleagues living in France,
I need some information about a medication available in France which I just can't find in the Internet, and which can certainly be obtained from any pharmacist in France, yet since I don't speak French well enough I just can't talk to a pharmacist or a pharmacy in France myself. Could anyone help, i.e. would anyone be so kind to call any pharmacy anywhere in France for me and just ask them 3 short questions and let me know their answers. If so, please just send me a short note through my proz.com/profile adn I'll send you all further details:
(ULR of the profile itself: http://www.proz.com/profile/90256).
Thank you verz much!
P.S. @ forum moderators: this obviously is off-topic, yet I hope that the question is acceptable for this forum.Please let me know if not. Thank you.
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