10 Best COVID-19 Resources

April 7, 2020

Like the virus, it may seem as if information (and misinformation) is everywhere. Feeling overwhelmed with so many COVID-19 headlines and updates? Well, we’ve created a condensed list so you can stop worrying if this “resource” is actually a quality resource or just some conspiracy blog written by your best friend’s cousin. We’ve broken the…

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USP <800>: Have You Made the Transition?

December 3, 2019

It’s finally here (well, technically it just passed)–December 1, 2019– a.k.a the deadline for all USP <800> regulations and procedures to be in place.  And one thing you can be sure of…is that inspections are imminent.  But if you’re still a little fuzzy on what you should know about USP <800>, we’ve broken down some…

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Why Generic Drugs?

November 1, 2019

“Better access to medicine matters to everyone because we’re all patients.”– The Association for Accessible Medicines According to the Association for Accessible Medicines, there are numerous factors threatening patient access to critical, life-saving medicine:  Market changes (creating an unsustainable climate for generic and biosimilar manufacturers) Anti-competitive tactics (designed to artificially extend government provided monopolies on…

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Back-to-School: Vaccines 101

July 4, 2019

Summer spells out travel plans, hot weather (at least here in Arizona), and immunization updates! So, we’ve put together a guide for all things immunization and vaccine-related.  Mind Your P’s, Q’s, and VISs Breaks from school equal prime time for those yearly doctor’s appointments. Prepare for an influx of immunization appointments with up-to-date VISs (Vaccine…

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Six Ways to Donate Blood Like a Pro

February 1, 2019

If you are new to donating blood or the thought itself makes you a little uneasy (or downright queasy), take a look at our list of tips to ensure a positive experience.

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