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Gov. Newsom says California will make its own low-cost insulin
Fri Jul 15, 2022
Generic drugs: Are they on par with pricier brands?
Thu Jul 7, 2022
Pharmacist roles expanding in cardiovascular medicine
Thu Apr 14, 2022
School community bids farewell to an impactful dean
Wed Apr 13, 2022
Guglielmo leaves a legacy spanning pharmacy, science, sustainability, and DEI.
2022 Koda-Kimble Seed Awards fuel the School’s most innovative ideas
Tue Apr 5, 2022
This year’s Seed Awards will support projects ranging from the discovery sciences and patient care to sustainability and diversity, equity, and inclusion
From haircuts to high blood pressure management
Thu Feb 17, 2022
Crystal Zhou, PharmD, teams up with the Cut Hypertension Program to provide medication management and COVID vaccines in Black-owned barbershops.
Medicare may restrict coverage of Alzheimer’s drug
Fri Jan 21, 2022
UCSF researchers develop a new drug regimen to combat malaria in children
Thu Dec 16, 2021
Study shows that monthly doses of two common anti-malarial drugs for the first few years of life can provide 95 percent protection against the disease.
UCSF pharmacy students vaccinate Dean Guglielmo against the influenza virus
Mon Nov 8, 2021
PharmD students organized the annual Vaccinate the Dean event and administered the influenza vaccine to Dean Joseph Guglielmo, PharmD.
New Alzheimer’s drug is for those with mild cognitive impairment. But who has that disorder?
Fri Oct 8, 2021
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