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KUKERE…HERE WE GO AGAIN!!!

Jonathan Promises To Resolve Problems in Health Sector

President Goodluck Jonathan has promised to tackle the problems plaguing the health sector of the nation.

Inaugurating the presidential committee of experts on

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“UBUNTU”….I JUST LOVE THIS WORD.

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HERE COMES THE ANSWER!!!

You recall our question on monday, if have seen i t,click here  http://mypharmacymydream.wordpress.com/2013/09/15/can-you-deliver/#more-459

since the child is having a CNS related problem,you have to avoid

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FDA Approves First Generic Capecitabine to Treat Colorectal and Breast Cancers

Every woman needs to know the facts. And the fact is, when it comes to breast cancer, every woman is at risk.

Debbie Wasserman Schultz

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration yesterday approved

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you don learnam???…at least know the wording

Pharmacy Anthem

We Pharmacists We are proud of Pharmacy!
ImageWe members all Of the glorious PSN

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New Medical Device Treats Urinary Symptoms Related to Enlarged Prostate

 September 13, 2013 — The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today authorized the marketing of the UroLift system, the first permanent implant to

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Though i feel for them, but the policy is a good one!!!

By Chukwujekwu Ilozue /Onitsha

ImageThousands of drug sellers at the Bridge Head Drug Market, Onitsha, on Wednesday took over the Onitsha-Enugu road to protest Federal Government ban on sale of drugs in open market from 2014.

It would be recalled that the Federal Government had announced that

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INFORMATION DOES NOT KILL, IT HEALS (don’t assume you know it, if you do, educate the next person)

                                                             ACCUHALERS

     Accuhalers are round plastic devices that have medication inside them in the form of a dry powder. The device is ‘breath-activated’ which means the medication is sucked from the device rather than ‘fired’ like in some other types of puffers.

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Men of Honour, I Salute you o!!!!!!

You know, pharmacy is the only profession where there are no women, we are all men!!, i congratulate our latest set of interns who has completed their one year uninterrupted  internship programme at Nnamdi Azikiwe university teaching hospital Akwa, of course i can see

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Tylenol(acetaminophen) to Come With New Warning

AcetaminophenCaps on bottles of the popular pain reliever Tylenol that are sold in the United States will soon come with warnings alerting consumers to the potential

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DRUG ALERT

                                             CERIVASTATIN-Report of rhabdomyolysis

It belongs to a class of lipid lowering drugs,known as ‘’statins’’. While all statins could potentially cause dangerous

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Medical Practitioners Strike: Johesu On The Way To Calvary, But Who Wants Fejiro Oliver Dead? …My Interview With Dr Felix Faniran (Nuptam National Chairman) By FEJIRO OLIVER

 

 

 

 

Because we have suffered, and we are not afraid to suffer in order to survive, we are ready to give up everything; even our lives in our struggle for justice

–Cesar Chavez

I owe no one apology for being a journalist/activist and like the young doctors of medicine who have responded that anyone who wants to read medicine should go and buy JAMB form; today I say to them also to go and buy JAMB form and apply for journalism. Tell me that anyone can be a journalist and we in the profession will tell you that is a fat lie. We were not influenced as kids just the way the stethoscope attracted you, rather we chose this reporting life; hence we remain simple and modest.

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The Incompetent Minister Must Go!

Alleged incompetence: Ebonyi health workers call
for minister’s sack
by ALIUNA GODWIN on Aug 26, 2013 |
Posted under National Mirror News paper

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NIGERIAN MEDICAL WORKERS STRIKE,LET US ALL DIE!!

NIGERIAN MEDICAL WORKERS STRIKE,LET US ALL DIE!! Silence never won rights. They are not handed down from above; they are forced by pressure from below.- Roger Baldwin.

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AS PHARMACIST, ARE WE OUR OWN PROBLEM?

                                              AS PHARMACIST, ARE WE OUR OWN PROBLEM?

    Since e the inception of pharmacy practice in Nigeria, can we as pharmacist proudly tell ourselves that we are where we ought to be at this time. The question that has bedeviled that pharmacy practice for so long is this

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pharmacyandproud

pharmacist ugwuleke clement chijioke

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