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  • Homeopathic Medicine Pros And Cons

    always magnificent. Just because a doctor prescribes a patient a drug, this does not mean that the patient should become ignorant to any alternative possibilities and just simply take the drug. Many lab produced, chemical, pharmaceuticals can be avoided by simply eating better, a lifestyle change,…

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  • Medical Marijuana Should Be Legal

    accepted medical use in 1970, the United States Congress placed marijuana under Schedule I of the “Controlled Substances Act”. A lot has changed since then because Washington DC, and 28 of the 50 US states have legalized the medical use of marijuana (Drug Policy Alliance, 2016). In recent years, medical marijuana has provided a source of contentious debate in the US. Questions have arisen on whether patients should be allowed to grow their plants or if the medical use of marijuana could…

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  • Persuasive Essay On Medical Marijuana

    receiving medical marijuana is a violation of this human right. A prescription for a non-narcotic or non-pharmaceutical drug that has shown many benefits to people should not be out of reach in any state. Medical Marijuana must be made legal in all 50 states. Not only does it aid in treatment for countless illnesses, but it will also decrease the number of deaths from improperly used pharmaceutical drugs, and help our government to save money. Chronic Pain, Insomnia and loss of appetite are…

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  • Business Ethics Case Study: Turing Pharmaceuticals

    Introduction In recent news Turing Pharmaceuticals has been on the news for raising the price on their medicine at skyrocketing costs. One in particular, is a medicine known as Daraprim which cost only $13.50 per tablet, saw an increased on its cost overnight by $736.50 dollars per tablet after being bought by Turing Pharmaceuticals. Daraprim is used in curing a parasitic infection that can be life threatening if left untreated.Turing Pharmaceuticals has obtain other older medicines and…

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  • Pharmacy Benefit Management Case Study

    Pharmacy benefit managers are third-party pharmaceutical benefit administrators. They’re primary functions are processing and paying for prescribed pharmaceutical drugs. They also secure contracts with pharmacies, create lists of preferred pharmaceuticals called formularies, and make deals with manufacturers. Utilization management programs are implemented by pharmaceutical benefit managers to assure that client treatment is necessary. Utilization management helps observe the medical need for…

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  • Becoming A Pharmacist: Personal Statement

    When I first graduated from high school, I had difficulty deciding what I wanted to go on to study and I did not know what I wanted to do with the rest of my life. As an international student, I had spent all four years of high school trying to understand what was going on around me and striving to survive the new environment, culture, and language. When I got into college, all I knew was that I was interested in the medical field, but I could not decide what kind of job I wanted to have until…

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  • Drug Shortage Issues

    been drug shortages of chemotherapeutic agents, which is an issue that has been affecting patients with cancer. The article Drug Shortages and the Burden of Access to Care: A Critical Issue Affecting Patients with Cancer, brings awareness about pharmaceutical drug shortages in the United States. Shortages of drugs have affected how health care is delivered, which has caused many problems to arise with patient care. The article brings attention and targets the public about the impact that drug…

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  • Pharmaceutical Care Research Paper

    PHARMACEUTICAL CARE Pharmaceutical care: Pharmaceutical care is a professional service provided to patients delivered by qualified, registered and trained pharmacist in clinical, community and hospital settings. The main aim of Pharmaceutical care is ensure the best standards of practice while using medicines and health care to achieve the optimized predetermined safety and efficacy goals. Historical background of Pharmaceutical care The emergence of pharmaceutical care begins in 1960s in USA…

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  • Deontological Advertising Summary

    Deontological Study of Direct-to-Consumer Pharmaceutical Advertising May 10, 2001, a semi-truck rolls down Interstate 71 carrying a load of steel headed for Detroit. The driver, a 49 year old healthy man with a touch of arthritis, drinks his tea and listens to the radio and he rumbles down the highway. Shifting gears ca be hard on a man with arthritis in the knees, so his physician prescribed the well-advertised drug Vioxx. Phil had seen Dorothy Hamill advertise the drug on television, and…

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  • Pharmaceutical Industry: Documentary Analysis

    adverse reactions that benefits with the consumption of Vioxx. Throughout the documentary there is a push to explain why there should be a stronger screening process for drugs by the FDA before they are sold to the public. There is also a push to discredit some pharmaceutical companies. We are also told that the pharmaceutical industry basically rules everything in the medical field, which is very alarming. One of the first topics that are mentioned in the…

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