Mich’s Monday Mantra “Empty Your Thoughts & See The Magic”

Mich’s Monday Mantra is coming to you from Mich, Conscious Pharmacist at MichRx Consulting Today we are at Strands Beach in Dana Point, California and our Mantra is “Empty Your Thoughts & See The Magic” As we stand on this quiet beach, breathing and meditating and emptying our thoughts….we can see the magic Enjoy  …

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Florida Law Will Let Patients Get All Their Drug Renewals At The Same Time

By Michelle Andrews For People who take multiple medications to manage chronic conditions, traipsing back and forth from the pharmacy to pick up pills can make it harder to stick to their doctors’ orders. But because insurers often don’t allow consumers to fill partial prescriptions to make medication renewal dates align, patients sometimes have no…

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IAS 2017:Antiretroviral Therapy – ART: Season Two

On Tuesday July 25th one of the oral poster presentations at IAS 2017 was Antiretroviral Therapy – ART: Season Two Five presentations were presented: 1. Darunavir/Cobicistat/Entricitabine/TAF The First Once Daily STR in Development Containing Darunavir 2. Dual Therapy with Protease Inhibitors and Lamivudine 3. Doravirine/Lamivudine/TDF to  Show Non-inferiority To Efavirenz/TDF/Emtricitabine 4. Superior Efficacy of Dolutegravir…

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IAS 2017: HIV and the Liver: Co-Infection and Complications

Some more information from IAS 2017 in Paris, France. This video is of the oral abstract presentation on HIV and the Liver: Co-Infection and Complications which consists of 5 abstract presentations presented on July 24, 2017 #IAS2017

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Healthcare Is A Right Not A Privilege

Today the United States Senate voted to approve H R 1628 also known as The American Healthcare Act of 2017. Vice President Mike Pence broke the 50-50 tie to pass the bill, setting in motion the wheels to derail the Affordable Care Act and strip millions of Americans of affordable health care and restrict women’s…

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IAS 2017 Oral Poster Presentation: Antivirals and Pregnancy

One of the Oral poster presentations on day 1 at IAS 2017 in Paris France was poster presentations on: Antivirals & Pregnancy You can watch the presentation here:   #IAS2017 #AntiviralsAndPregnancy #OralPoster

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IAS 2017 Day 1 Plenary Session

In one of the plenary sessions at IAS in Paris France today, three interesting presentations were presented: Harnessing The Immune System To Prevent and Control HIV Infection: presented by Dr Yves Levy Persons Living With HIV- The Top priority for Programs, presented by Dr. Waafa El-Sadr, MD ABC’s Putting in the D (drugs) in Prevention:…

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Taking Care Of Our Patients- Be Conscious & Fully Present

In order to take care of our patients and provide them with the best care, we as pharmacists must be conscious and fully present when consulting with our patients. We must take care of ourselves to be able to take care of our patients. In this video I am driving home from my Monday Morning…

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Senate Health Bill Still Short On ‘Yays’ But Leaders Vow Vote Next Week

By Julie Rovner July 13, 2017 Senate Republican leaders Thursday released their revised bill to “repeal and replace” the Affordable Care Act, but they acknowledged that furious days of negotiation have not yet secured the 50 votes necessary to pass the measure over unanimous Democratic objections. Sen. John Cornyn (R-Texas) the No. 2 GOP leader,…

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Whichever Way ‘Repeal and Replace’ Blows, Pharma Is Due For Windfall

By Emily Kopp California Healthline   The pharmaceutical industry could see windfall profits from a little-noticed tweak to the insurance market tucked into the Trump administration’s draft executive order on drug prices, experts say. The short, technical paragraph calls for the Internal Revenue Service to allow patients with high-deductible health plans to receive care for…

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