AMMG Conference in Tucson to Feature Expanded Offerings
This November’s 27th Clinical Applications for Age Management Medicine Conference will feature a brand new course for Clinical Certification in the Clinical Use of Peptides, as well as an expanded 2-day Workshop on Traumatic Brain Injury.
Compounding Pharmacists Group Urges Practitioner Comments on NASEM Study
United Pharmacies for Patient Access to Medications
An FDA-sponsored study on the Clinical Utility of Treating Patients with Compounded “Bioidentical” Hormone Therapy is in danger of leading to a one-sided result favoring commercially available HRT. Practitioners are being urged to make their positions known.
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