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TB continues to decline in the U.S., but progress toward elimination is slowing
Tuberculosis cases are declining in the United States, but the rate is too slow to achieve TB elimination in this century, CDC reported Thursday. A total of 9,093 new TB cases were reported in the United States last year, down 1.8% from 2016.
Longtime AIDS researcher Robert Redfield picked to lead CDC
Robert Redfield, MD, a longtime AIDS researcher, was named Wednesday as head of CDC. In a statement, HHS Secretary Alex Azar said that Redfield, 66, has "dedicated his entire life to promoting public health and providing compassionate care to his patients, and we are proud to welcome him as director of the world's premier epidemiological agency."...
March 6, 2018
Let’s get this show on the road!
Here at APhA headquarters, the boxes have been packed, taped, and shipped. Final programs have been printed. Travel plans have been booked. It’s 2018 APhA Annual Meeting & Exposition time. In a…0 comments
March 23, 2018
APhA2018: Leading our Communities in Patient Care
Pharmacists move their profession into bold new directions
APhA is the leading advocate for the pharmacy profession and a driving force in creating opportunities for pharmacists to play a key role in integrated patient care, and ensuring the profession is recognized as essential in optimal medication use. We strive to make your job as a pharmacist easier, by providing the latest industry news, continuing education and professional development opportunities, practice tools, and more, so that you can focus on caring for your patients.