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Stemming the Tide of Fake Drugs.

It is imperative for government, and by extension, NAFDAC to intensify efforts in fake drug eradication. There is need to weed out the bad eggs who sabotage the efforts of government and the agency… 691 more words

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*As faculty celebrates 30 years of academic excellence

GRADUATING class of the Faculty of Pharmacy, University of Lagos has been urged to create and add value to the society, while upholding excellence, which the institution is known for and has imbued in them. 688 more words

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Community pharmacists raise alarm over proliferation of fake medicines.

Community Pharmacists have raised the alarm that despite the multiple deployment of cutting edge technologies by the National Agency for Food and Drug Administration and Control, NAFDAC, proliferation of fake and counterfeit medicines have continued unabated. 383 more words

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Sometimes the pills change color and the pharmacist explains that though they look different, they’re really the same. You nod and sign your name to agree that what they gave you is what you wanted. 8 more words


Clinical Case Study ~ Benign Prostate Hyperplasia.

Case A:
An 80 year old man presents with severe symptoms of outflow tract obstruction with dribbling and initial haematuria. 63 more words


Safeguarding against drug abuse and misuse.

Many medications have the potential for intentional abuse, and even an honest patient can accidentally misuse their prescription. Pharmacists cannot always rely on obvious red flags like suspicious behaviour to determine whether drugs are being used inappropriately. 657 more words

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Pharmacists Task PDP, APC On Healthcare.

PHARMACISTS under the aegis of the Pharmaceutical Society of Nigeria (PSN) have charged politicians and political parties on their plans for the health sector even as they recommended five steps on how to boost services in the country.  439 more words

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