Wow. I didn’t realize it had been four months since I posted something. Yikes!
Just because I haven’t been posting, doesn’t mean I haven’t been writing, though. Here is a new article I penned for Chicago Health Magazine. The jumping off point was a pretty nasty outbreak of fungal meningitis in New England circa October 2012. So far, 39 people have died. It can all be traced back to a lack of regulations and certification in compounding pharmacies:
You would never buy a used car without some reassurance that it’s not a lemon. Similarly, Ageology CEO Dr. Paul Savage advises that you should only take compounded medication from pharmacies certified by the Pharmacy Compounding Accreditation Board (PCAB).
Think of it this way: PCAB is the Carfax of pharmacies. It’s Pharmfax…
Click here to read the entire article on Chicago Health’s website!