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Name Confusion Between Brintellix, Brilinta Causes Dispensing Errors
Allison Gilchrist, Associate Editor
The FDA is warning health care professionals and patients about prescribing and dispensing errors related to confusion between the antidepressant Brintellix and the blood thinner Brilinta.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
Last year’s flu vaccine efficacy was less than desirable, so pharmacists may have to work harder this year to encourage patients to get immunized again.
Jeannette Y. Wick, RPh, MBA, FASCP
Community pharmacists who expand their roles and make home visits to heart failure patients after hospital discharge can improve outcomes.
Krystle Vermes
Sandoz has launched a generic version of AstraZeneca’s asthma drug Pulmicort Respules in the US market.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
Only 1 in 3 older adults with diabetes meet the American Diabetes Association’s treatment targets for blood glucose, cholesterol, and blood pressure.
Jeannette Y. Wick, RPh, MBA, FASCP
Developing more effective influenza vaccines for the elderly, who are often hit hardest when infected, has been a research focus for decades.
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Corey Allikas
Teva has voluntarily recalled 6 lots of fluorouracil (Adrucil) injection due to contamination.
Meghan Ross, Associate Editor
The FDA approved a balloon device intended to help obese adult patients lose weight without invasive surgery.

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