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May 6, 2016
Centrality of Pharmacy By Greg Dewey, Ph.D., President of Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences Pharmacy Today May 2016 During the 1970s and 1980s, the American Chemical Society (ACS) used the tagline “Chemistry, the Central Science.” The rationale behind this approach was based on chemistry’s role in bridging the physical and life sciences
April 8, 2016
Student-Run Pharmacy Debuts In Schenectady WAMC 90.3 FM (Albany's NPR Affiliate) April 8, 2016 Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences has opened a new student-run pharmacy in downtown Schenectady. WAMC's Capital Region Bureau Chief Dave Lucas was on hand for the ribbon-cutting
March 31, 2016
Student-Operated Pharmacy Opens in Schenectady Time Warner Cable News March 31, 2016 With the snip of scissors, Albany students cut out their place in pharmacological history. This is the first of its kind in New York: a student-operated pharmacy now open in Schenectady
March 29, 2016
Students of these local colleges earn the biggest paychecks Albany Business Review March 29, 2016 Where you go to college can make a big difference in your career and future earnings. Students who attend Albany College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences can expect to reap big rewards after they graduate
February 29, 2016
Cough medicine: when to use it and what to buy WRVO Radio (Oswego, NY) February 27, 2016 Coughing when you’re sick can be a noisy nuisance for both you, and the people around you. But when you go to the store to buy medicine to stop that cough, the options can be overwhelming and sometimes confusing
February 19, 2016
Nano-carriers: Scientist's New Pathway to Deliver Chemo Drugs Time Warner Cable News (Ch. 9, Albany) January 31, 2016 Nanotechnology has reached the field of medicine. It's called "nanopharmaceuticals." They are tiny particles that are finding cancerous tumors and dumping cancer-killing drugs right into cells
February 19, 2016
In Depth: Saving on Drug Costs WNYT-TV, Ch. 13 February 18, 2016 It's estimated almost half of all American adults take prescription drugs and the average number of drugs taken is four, and it's not cheap. The average out of pocket cost for those drugs runs between $750 and $850 a year
February 9, 2016
Farmingdale Pharmacy back, mystery over Asbury Park (NJ) Press February 6, 2016 Hitesh Patel keeps a $1 bill in his pocket separate from the others. “It reminds me of who we are and who I am, and it stays with me because of that,” he said
January 30, 2016
Nano Particles Could Help Treat, Cure Diseases Including Cancer Time Warner Cable News January 30, 2016 Nano particals are very, very small compounds they are barely seen with a high powered microscope. It's hard to believe that it takes less than 10 minutes to make one
January 23, 2016
Saints Stories WVCR Radio (88.3 FM) January 23, 2016 President Dewey is joined by student Jenna McGreevy ’17 and Willie White, Executive Director of A Village, to discuss the Beyond Practice Ready Campaign and the College’s plans to open two student operated pharmacies
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