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New Dorzolamide Hydrochloride Ophthalmic Solution Receives FDA Approval
Alembic Pharmaceuticals has received FDA approval for Dorzolamide Hydrochloride Ophthalmic Solution USP, 2%, therapeutically equivalent to Trusopt Ophthalmic Solution, 2% (Merck Sharp & Dohme Corp.).
 
Encouraging Collaboration Between Pharmacy and Optometry Students
Stephanie Conway, PharmD, RPh, Associate Professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences—Worcester/Manchester, discusses best practices for encouraging collaboration between pharmacy and optometry students. 
The Role of a Pharmacist in Caring for Ophthalmic Conditions
Stephanie Conway, PharmD, RPh, Associate Professor at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy & Health Sciences—Worcester, discusses the links between ophthalmic conditions, over-the-counter ophthalmic products, and pharmacists.
Interprofessional Learning for Treating Ophthalmic Conditions
Kaelen C. Dunican, PharmD, Professor at MCPHS University—Worcester/Manchester, MA discusses an interprofessional, educational activity with pharmacy and optometry students for reviewing common, self-treatable ophthalmic conditions.
Monday Pharmaceutical Mystery: May 13
JK is experiencing gastrointestinal effects. What could be the cause?
What 'Eye' Did Not Know About Eyedrop Caps
Did you know that eyedrops are color-coded for patient safety and adherence?
Advancements Made for Glaucoma Gene Therapy
Vector-based gene therapy shows efficacy treating glaucoma.
Sustained-Release Drugs Could Improve Glaucoma Treatment
Daily eye drops may increase medication nonadherence in patients with glaucoma.
Stem Cell Component May Treat Glaucoma
Stem cell exosomes observed to protect retinal cells in a recent study.
Anti-Diabetic Drug May Protect Against Parkinson's Disease
Observing retinal changes and treating patients with an anti-diabetic drug could protect against Parkinson’s disease progression.
 
Model Predicts Medication Nonadherence in Glaucoma Patients
Patients who received their prescriptions by mail were the least likely to be adherent.
 
Medical Marijuana Could Lower Prescription Drug Use
Seventeen states with medical marijuana laws saved Medicare Part D approximately $165.2 million in 2013.
 
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