Mediterranean Journal Of Pharmacy And Pharmaceutical Sciences

Mokhtar r. haman: a dedication to his memory

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  • Fathi M Sherif,  
  • Abdussalam A.m. Amara

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It is with more sorrow and tremendous sadness we remember the death of our colleague the Libyan pharmacist, professor Mokhtar Ramadan Haman, at his home in Tripoli, Libya after long-suffering from brain cancer. He died on 02, February 2017 and his immaculate corpse was buried on the following day at the Souk-Al-Ahad cemetery, Bin Ghashir Palace. Professor Haman, was born in Tripoli, Libya, on January 1, 1957. He obtained his Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences in 1981 at the University of Tripoli and his Ph.D. in Pharmacognosy in 1989 at Cardiff University, UK.

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DOI : https://doi.org/10.5281/zenodo.5171372

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