The Royal Pharmaceutical Society (RPS) launched the Faculty, a professional recognition programme exclusively for RPS members, on the 4th June.
Pharmacist Marc Borson talked on BBC Breakfast this morning about reports of a rise in skin reactions from people handling the new five and ten pence coins made from nickel coated steel.
The patent for Viagra expires on 21st June.
RPS spokesperson Neal Patel talks Radio 5 Live through the process of how a patent works and what the implications will be for the NHS.
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Renal colic affects approximately 1.2 million people each year. Mr Stephen Gordon FRCS(Urol), Consultant Urologist at Epson & St Helier University NHS Hospitals & St.Anthony’s Hospital, gives Pharmacy Life the lowdown on this painful condition. For further details please visit www.urology.me.uk or phone 01737 357258AnalgesiaRenal colic is caused by the sudden obstruction of the renal collecting system leading to a significant
The Department of Health has announced four million pounds to improve the way diseases are diagnosed, benefiting patient care.Every year over 16 million diagnostic tests are carried out across the NHS. This money will fund research that looks at the way a number of different diseases are diagnosed, so patients can access the best available treatments more quickly. The National