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Pharmacist only need their rightful place, i am sure we will see more of this

The invention had earned Nwaoga a place among ten best innovators in Africa at the 2nd edition of the “Innovation Prize for Africa” held in South Africa in May, 2013. Nwaoga’s innovation was the only one pioneered by

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What’s in a name?

WHO’s INN committee of international experts considers more than 300 requests for names for new substances every year. A substance must have reached the clinical phase to be eligible for consideration.

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Iroko Pharmaceuticals Receives FDA Approval for Zorvolex

The risk of serious adverse events, including cardiovascular thrombotic events, myocardial infarction, stroke, gastrointestinal ulcers, gastrointestinal bleeds

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WHILE ASUU AND ARD ARE ON STRIKE… AMERICANS GIVE HOPE TO PATIENTS!!!

“This new delivery system for methotrexate provides a welcome option for physicians and their patients to continue effective use of methotrexate. Otrexup can be used when a response is inadequate or there are tolerability issues with oral methotrexate, before adding or switching to costlier therapies,

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More hope for hypertensive patients!!!

All female patients must be enrolled in the program, comply with pregnancy testing requirements and be counseled regarding the need for contraception.

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THERE IS HOPE NOW!!!

In other trials, women who took Duavee showed increased levels of bone mineral density in the hip and lumbar spine after one and two years of treatment, while women in the placebo group had decreased levels, the drug company said.

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here comes the first Pre-surgical breast cancer drug

The Perjeta regimen is the first treatment approved under a new FDA pathway for neoadjuvant use in breast cancer. This new approval pathway makes Perjeta available to people with high-risk, early stage breast cancer more quickly than is possible with traditional approvals

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Healthcare providers please take note

The findings suggest "that treatment with first-line monotherapy [one-drug only] with sulfonylureas should be reconsidered

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A GLIMPSE ON HOPE!!!

the anti-fungal drug Ciclopirox allowed HIV-infected cells to get killed off by blocking the cells' mitochondria

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Pharmacist, is it safe…my eyes are important to me

"Statins reduce the risk of heart attacks, something that is frequently lethal," he said. Cataract surgery, on the other hand, is highly effective, and has only rare complications, he noted

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THIS IS WHY THEY ARE CALLED “AMERICANS”….THEY LIGHT UP A CANCER CELL!!!

Would it be possible to light up a cancer cell?

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WHICH ONE BE MERS-CoV …GOD HELP US!!!

BEG O!!! GOVERNMENT SHOULD PLEASE SCREEN THOSE RETURNING FROM MIDDLE EAST WELLA, WEDA NA HAJJ,GOLD MARKET OR PRAYER DEM DEY. RETURN FROM

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Vitamin B Supplements May Guard Against Stroke

based on our results, the ability of vitamin B to reduce stroke risk may be influenced by a number of other factors, such as the body's absorption rate, the amount of folic acid or vitamin B12 concentration in the blood, and whether a person has kidney disease or high blood pressure," review author Xu Yuming, of Zhengzhou University in China, said in a journal news release.

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KUKERE…HERE WE GO AGAIN!!!

According to report, no year passes in Nigeria, without medical workers embarking on strike actions following acrimony among the workers in the public health sector, prompting medical workers throw caution to the wind, not caring about the ordinary Nigerian whose health is endangered at such times.

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Half of People With High Blood Pressure Don’t Know It

High blood pressure, also known as hypertension, is common around ...

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AS PHARMACIST, ARE WE OUR OWN PROBLEM?

                                              AS PHARMACIST, ARE WE OUR OWN PROBLEM?     Since ...

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