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Pharmacy Choice Newsletter - July 2015

The Pharmacy Spotlight - July 2015
July 2, 2015
Volume 17, Issue 7
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Industry Headlines
06/30 – Oramed Enrolls First Patient in its Phase IIb Oral Insulin Study
06/25 – Biosimilars in Oncology Drug Pipeline Update 2015
06/25 – Three bid to build new psychiatric hospital in Spokane County
06/25 – CVS buys up Target pharma sites in $1.9B purchase
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Drug Diversion of Controlled Substance Prescriptions
by Ken Baker, BS Pharm, JD
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Given the rapid rise in popularity, electronic cigarettes should be regulated by the FDA, at least in part:
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Disagree - 10.3%
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