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Pharmacy Students Provide Assistance to Clinic in Ghana
Students at Cedarville University School of Pharmacy are helping out the Cedar Medical Clinic in Ghana by raising money for equipment and creating formularies.
FDA Deficient in Postmarket Drug Surveillance, GAO Reports
Research suggests FDA does not effectively track potential safety issues with drugs granted expedited approval.
The FDA does not effectively track potential safety issues with drugs granted expedited approval after they reach the market, according to a report from the US Government Accountability Office.
Indiana Pharmacists Could Soon Snub Suspicious Pseudoephedrine Seekers
A bill advancing in Indiana would give pharmacists the legal right to stop suspicious customers from buying certain cold medications that are used to cook methamphetamine.
Pharmacists Allowed to Administer Epinephrine in Texas
Pharmacists in Texas can now legally provide and administer epinephrine auto-injectors to patients experiencing anaphylaxis, under a state law effective January 1, 2016.
Flu Vaccine Supply Chain Changes Needed to Stop Shortages
How is your pharmacy's influenza vaccine supply looking throughout this year's flu season?
Top 5 Natural Epilepsy Treatments
Pharmacists can help patients take a big step towards managing their epilepsy by identifying epileptic triggers.
San Bernardino Shooter Had Pharmacy Degree
The female San Bernardino shooter held a pharmacy degree.
Tips for Building Better Pharmacist-Patient Relationships
Pharmacists need to be mindful of the impact from higher medication costs on patients.
Being a pharmacist in today's world means more than just filling prescriptions. Building and maintaining patient relationships should be the No. 1 priority for practicing pharmacists.
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