Specialty Pharmacy

Multiple Sclerosis Pharmacy

Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a chronic neurological disease affecting the central nervous system. There is no cure for this disease, but certain medications are available to help make symptom more manageable and also to help prevent MS ‘attacks’. There are many types of medications available. The first – disease modifying drugs – are used…

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Psoriasis Pharmacy

Psoriasis is a dermatological condition that causes the build-up of skin cells on the skin. Instead of shedding the skin normally, it forms patches that may become thick, inflamed, and painful. Psoriasis is a chronic condition, but symptoms and ‘flare-ups’ may come and go. Most patients require medications to remove psoriasis plaques and also prevent…

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Rheumatoid Arthritis Pharmacy

Rheumatoid arthritis, or RA, is a chronic disease that requires ongoing care and treatment for patients to live active and fulfilling lives. Unlike other types of arthritis, which are limited to the joints, RA is a systemic disease that can negatively affect organs within the body. Early diagnosis improves long-term prognosis though patients will require drug…

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Infertility Pharmacy

The path to pregnancy is not always easy. Infertility is a real problem that affects many people who are trying to conceive. In some cases, it can take many months or even years to become pregnant – a journey that can include a bevy of tests and fertility treatments. Drug therapy is often one of…

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HIV Pharmacy

An HIV pharmacy is one that provides specialized support to HIV patients. There are numerous drugs and therapies used to block the HIV virus and help keep patients as healthy as possible. Examples include protease inhibitors, non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors, and nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitors – just to name a few. That’s not to mention…

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Hepatitis C Pharmacy

Hepatitis C is a worldwide health problem thought to affect approximately 170 million people around the globe. Although the disease is chronic, it is manageable and curable when treatment is enacted. Treatments for hepatitis C include interferon treatments and anti-virals, which are used to help eliminate the disease-causing virus from the body. These medications are…

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Hemophilia Pharmacy

Hemophilia is a very serious disease that affects an estimated 18,000 people in the United States. The majority of those individuals suffer with a severe version of hemophilia A, although a small percentage cope with hemophilia B or a mild to moderate version of hemophilia A. Treatment for hemophilia usually requires periodic injections or intravenous…

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Growth Hormone Pharmacy

Growth hormone disorders are conditions in which the body does not produce the right amount of growth hormone, which is responsible for cell reproduction. This disorder can affect people of all ages, although it is most common in infants and children. Growth hormone disorders can be treated using hormone replacement therapy, or HRT. It is…

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Cancer Pharmacy

Nearly 13 million people are diagnosed with cancer every year. Each faces a journey – some long and hard, and some short and simple. Nearly every cancer patient must begin some kind of treatment regimen, which usually includes the use of prescription medications. Most pharmaceutical companies manufacture drugs into mass-produced dosages. Cancer prescription compounding makes…

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