• SGLT2 Inhibitors: A New Treatment Option for Type 2 Diabetes
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  • Prostate Cancer: The Paradox of Choice
  • FDA Approves Trulicity Type 2 Diabetes Treatment, But Requires Further Study

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On the heels of its recommendation to limit the use of testosterone replacement products, an FDA advisory panel voted to reject a novel oral testosterone candidate.
Model used to predict eventual size of Ebola outbreak outpaced by scale of current epidemic.
Clinical pharmacists can reduce anti-epileptic drug (AED) prescription errors that commonly result from incomplete or poor documentation.
Efforts to contain the virus increase as death toll continues to rise.
Implementing physician-pharmacist collaborative management methods reduces asthma-related emergency department visits.
Up to one-fifth of adult patients discharged from emergency departments may require antimicrobial prescription revisions.
Selenium and vitamin E supplementation will not prevent cataracts in men, a new study suggests.

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