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S1 E12: Personalized Medicine

S1 E12: Personalized Medicine

The Whole Truth - Episode 12 "Personalized Medicine" with Dr. Wendy Askew, and Guest, Andy Ruiz

Produced by Four 17 Solutions

Hit by Coronavirus—and a 30% Holdback by the Payment Processor

More people are demanding refunds for things bought before the pandemic. PayPal, Square and others are trying to protect themselves, but it’s coming at the expense of businesses that use them. Stonegate Pharmacy

Austin American Statesman Essential Challenges

Adjustments are also being made at Stonegate Pharmacy, a family owned business that operates in Austin and San Antonio.

Pharmacies are deemed essential during the outbreak, but Stonegate has seen the number of prescriptions it fills drop by a third, said Andy Ruiz, a company co-owner who works as the pharmacist at the Austin location.

Recent Lecture Topics

Acute Treatment of Migraines: Algorithm.

Advanced Contemporary Compounding for Special Populations - Hospice / Pain Management / Wound Care

Advanced pharmacotherapy seminar “Adrenal and Pituitary Disorders"

Advanced pharmacotherapy seminar “Chronic Renal Disease"

Bone and Joint Disorders

Hydrocortisone Therapy for Patients with Septic Shock

Influenza & Pneumococcal Vaccination: Community Acquired Pneumonia a Role for Community Pharmacists to Improve Public Health

Male and Female Bioidentical Hormones for students, pharmacists, partners, and patient education seminars

Pain Management: Issues in community based pharmacy

Posaconazole or Fluconazole for Prophylaxis in Severe Graft-versus-Host Disease

Replacement Therapy: What’s Most Effective?

Treatment of Clozapine Refractory Schizophrenia and Schizoaffective Disorder

Treatment of Vertebral Osteomyelitis in Adults

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