Current rates of purchasing of antibiotics without a prescription across sub-Saharan Africa; rationale and potential programmes to reduce inappropriate dispensing and resistance

Tiyani Milta Sono, Eugene Yeika, Aislinn Cook, Aubrey Kalungia, Sylvia A. Opanga, Joseph Elikem Efui Acolatse, Israel Abebrese Sefah, Ana Golić Jelić, Stephen Campbell, Giulia Lorenzetti, Zia Ul Mustafa, Vanda Marković-Peković, Amanj Kurdi, Bene D. Anand Paramadhas, Godfrey Mutashambara Rwegerera, Adefolarin A. Amu, Mobolaji Eniola Alabi, Evelyn Wesangula, Margaret Oluka, Felix KhuluzaIbrahim Chikowe, Joseph O. Fadare, Olayinka O. Ogunleye, Dan Kibuule, Ester Hango, Natalie Schellack, Nishana Ramdas, Amos Massele, Steward Mudenda, Iris Hoxha, Catrin E. Moore, Brian Godman*, Johanna C. Meyer

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Pharmacology, Toxicology and Pharmaceutical Science