Example: Beta-blockers, AIs, statins... etc.
Why would you want a selective or non-selective drugs over the other one? If you want to block beta receptors, then why would you block certain ones and not all. In the case of AIs, why block some aromatase enzymes when you can block all?
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12-04-2010, 12:33 PM #1
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