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Adherence Challenges Differ Across Community Pharmacies
Community chain pharmacies vary in the barriers they face when implementing programs to improve medication therapy management.
Amgen has discontinued its studies on rilotumumab in advanced gastric cancer after an increased number of deaths were reported among patients receiving rilotumumab and chemotherapy, compared with those only undergoing chemotherapy.
Digoxin is associated with a 71% increased risk of death and a 63% higher risk of hospitalization among adults diagnosed with atrial fibrillation who have no evidence of heart failure.
A study from Bristol-Myers Squibb shows a combination of abatacept and methotrexate could help slow the disease progression of rheumatoid arthritis.
Two Rite Aid employees in Moultrie, Georgia, have been accused of stealing prescription medications from their own pharmacy, according to the Moultrie Observer.
No more missed doses with innovative pill bottle.
Patients with bipolar disorder who are treated with lithium have a higher risk for long-lasting kidney damage and thus require rigorous monitoring.

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