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AG unveils data analytics platform to combat opioid crisis

Attorney General Jeff Sessions announced today the agency is going to be using a data analytics platform to target pharmacists and doctors involved in the illegal opioid trade.

U.S. compounding pharmacies oversight under fire

A new review of compounding pharmacies from the Pew Charitable Trusts has raised questions about the industry's regulations. This follows a series of product sterility issues in recent years.

Cops accuse man of stealing ID to get illegal prescription drugs

Brooklyn - New York Cops are looking for a man they say stole a 55-year-old woman's identity to obtain prescription drugs illegally.

Pfizer recalls antidepressants after pharmacist finds heart drug

A pharmacist found that a bottle of antidepressant Effexor XR contained one capsule of Tikosyn 0.25 milligram (dofetilide), which is used to treat heart rhythm disorders.

Op-Ed: Victims of pharmacy mistakes have little recourse

As patients, we entrust our health to a variety of medical professionals. We often think of the role doctors play in our well-being, but pharmacists — the gatekeepers of the medicine that doctors prescribe — also play a crucial part.

Balanced Solutions and Nora Apothecary recall products (updated)

Balanced Solutions Compounding Pharmacy, LLC has announced a voluntary recall of all lots of sterile products compounded by the pharmacy that are not expired. The pharmacy joins a growing list of pharmacies recalling products across the U.S.

US pharmacies to offer rapid HIV test in pilot study

Twenty-four pharmacies across the US are to offer a rapid HIV test in a bid to combat infection rates in the US. The trial is targeted at rural communities.

US Congress investigates 'fake pharmacies' and drug shortages

Washington - US Congress is investigating a series of actions by so-termed "fake pharmacies" which are buying up and stockpiling scarce drugs, including those to treat cancer, and the selling the drugs at massively elevated prices.

Pharmacy Chains Named In Suit

The State of New York is moving ahead and suing two pharmacies for selling out-dated foods, medications and baby formula. After an intense investigation, 142 CVS Stores and 112 Rite Aid stores were found to be selling a variety of expired items.

The Bad, the Ugly and Disturbing Look at Our Medication Regulatory System

Small, medium, large and white: many times people have come in contact with medication that will cure us - or so we thought. Welcome to the 21st century, where everything that you know or knew about your medication before is false.

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