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Printed literature pads with a glued spine that allow sheets to be teared off individually. The pads can be customized to any page count. Glued pads contain Directions For Use (DFU), commonly used in pharmacies allowing the pharmacist to rip off a sheet per bottle of medication to give to the patient. 

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Printed literature pads with a glued spine that allow sheets to be teared off individually. The pads can be customized to any page count. Glued pads contain Directions For Use (DFU), commonly used in pharmacies allowing the pharmacist to rip off a sheet per bottle of medication to give to the patient. 

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Printed literature pads with a glued spine that allow sheets to be teared off individually. The pads can be customized to any page count. Glued pads contain Directions For Use (DFU), commonly used in pharmacies allowing the pharmacist to rip off a sheet per bottle of medication to give to the patient. 

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