David Book, PharmD

David Book, PharmD
David Book graduated with a PharmD from Drake University. After completing a Drug Information Residency in the greater Atlanta area with Mercer University's College of Pharmacy and InpharmD, he now works full time with InpharmD. Drawn towards innovation and entrepreneurship, his interests include the business of pharmacy, healthcare advocacy, diet & nutrition, and health information technology.
This year, the technology giant highlighted 22 applications for patients. Here are the ones that are most relevant to pharmacists.
Sep 25, 2017 @08:29 AM
In 2016, novel medications approved by the FDA decreased from the encouraging tally of 45 that we saw last year to 22, the lowest it has been since 2010
Feb 8, 2017 @02:28 AM
As barriers to accessing medical cannabis continue to weaken across the country, more light is being shed on the potential benefits of other psychedelic substances.
Jan 5, 2017 @03:32 AM
What does President-elect Trump and a Republican-controlled Congress claim is in store for healthcare over the next four years?
Dec 15, 2016 @04:49 AM
With the entrance of pharmacist requirements on some states' cannabis legislation, our health profession is obligated to keep an open mind toward the subject.
Oct 7, 2016 @08:47 AM
Just as medication errors can't be blamed on an individual pharmacist, the EpiPen pricing issue shouldn't be blamed on one stakeholder.
Sep 21, 2016 @07:25 AM
Multiply Labs has designed what it claims to be the first-ever personalized supplement pill."
Sep 8, 2016 @07:11 AM
With so much emphasis on reduced-fat" or fat-free" foods, it could come as a surprise that studies have been conducted on the usefulness of the ketogenic diet for seizure control.
Jul 28, 2016 @01:49 AM
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