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10 Hilarious Pharmacy Memes
Allison Gilchrist, Associate Editor
Laughter is the best medicine that never requires a co-pay.
Allison Gilchrist, Associate Editor
Patients with uncontrolled hypertension have better blood pressure control when pharmacists are included in their care teams.
Allison Gilchrist, Associate Editor
Up to 13% of patients considered to have chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) under current criteria were recently found to be misdiagnosed.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
Pharmacy students may find these 5 apps helpful to their practice and their patients.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
A woman is suing an Oregon pharmacist and technician for $680,000 for allegedly giving her the wrong medication, which has impacted her ability to conceive.
Krystle Vermes
The FDA has granted priority review to Merck’s chronic hepatitis C virus (HCV) treatment candidate grazoprevir/elbasvir.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
Many new mothers do not receive advice from physicians on how to care for their infants, which opens opportunities for pharmacists to provide patient education.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
Two New Yorkers have died in a Legionnaires’ disease outbreak, and now a college in Pennsylvania is treating its cooling towers after an employee tested positive for the flu-like disease.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
The FDA today approved azelaic acid foam 15% (Finacea) to treat inflammatory papules and pustules of mild to moderate rosacea.

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