Alaric DeArment, associate editor, covers branded and generic prescription medicines sold through the retail and specialty pharmacy channels. A native of Seattle, DeArment lived in China for three years before returning to the United States to earn his bachelor’s degree in journalism from Ball State University.
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- Survey: Most osteoporosis patients prefer non-pill treatments (Branded, Pharmacist Society, Studies and Surveys, Supplier News, Collaborative Care, DSN AM, Latest News, Health & Wellness, Pharmacy, Insights and Perspectives)Wed, 01/15/2014 - 2:09pm
Nearly three-quarters of osteoporosis patients prefer to take their medication in a form other than an oral solid, according to a new survey.
With cases of influenza rising across the Midwest, mass-merchandise retailer Meijer is participating in a new study by offering free testing for flu and strep throat at its stores in Michigan and allowing its pharmacists to dispense prescription drugs as necessary under a protocol developed by a physician who's also involved, the 204-store chain said Wednesday.
Drug maker AbbVie has started a late-stage clinical trial of an experimental drug for treating triple-negative breast cancer, the company said Wednesday.
A new drug for autoimmune diseases from Antares Pharma that the company calls the first of its kind is now available, the drug maker said Wednesday.
Pharmacists in Illinois are pushing for the state to let them run medical marijuana dispensaries, according to published reports.
The recent breach of customer data at Target has attracted the attention of two U.S. senators.