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Tomorrow's pharmacist blog

Pharmacy students - know your rights!

Posted by: Sara ValenteTue, 12 Feb 2013

Prescription pricing complexity

Posted by: Ranveer BasseySun, 10 Feb 2013

Give three pharmacists acalculator, the drug tariff and a prescription. Ask them how much they will be paid for dispensing theprescription.  I bet you'll get threedifferent answers.

Legalisation; yay or nay?

Posted by: Emily HardakerMon, 4 Feb 2013

Over the past few months the legalisation of Marijuana in theAmerican states of Colorado and Washington has led to many discussionsconcerning the legal state of recreational drugs in this country.  Twitteralso brought to my attention an American website called Marijuana Majority that

Jumping over hurdles and logs

Posted by: Ayla AtalarSun, 3 Feb 2013

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Individual / Corporate Responsibility

Posted by: Brendan FraserThu, 31 Jan 2013

A lot flashes through my mind on a daily basis. This can actually be quite frustrating as I consider all sorts of, what would appear to be, nonsense. However, a lot of what I think about actually isn’t... Anyway, down to business.

A vaccine to combat alcoholism

Posted by: Sara ValenteTue, 29 Jan 2013

Cancer vaccines

Posted by: Sophie KhatibTue, 29 Jan 2013

So, guess what I learned today?  That it is becoming more and more possible to treat cancer with a vaccine.  Sounds weird, doesn’t it?  But it’s true!

HER2 positive breast cancer

Posted by: Sophie KhatibSun, 27 Jan 2013

HER2 is a protein which is found on the surface of some cancer cells and is linked with breast cancer.  Some people with breast cancer over express HER2 and in these cases, the tumour is said to be HER2 positive.  HER2 positive breast cancers have been shown to grow quicker than other types of breast cancer and therefore have a higher rate of metastasis and mortality.

Hospital work experience: neonatal ward part 1

Posted by: Helen CaleyFri, 25 Jan 2013

mTOR and autism

Posted by: Sophie KhatibThu, 24 Jan 2013

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