Tablet Clop 50mg

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Can clop 50mg be used for cases of skin burns?

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Muhammad Says:
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What is the difference between Caflam and Clop tablets? Dr. suggested Caflam but the medical store is not in stock and says Clop tablets are the same formula.

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