Monthly Archives: February 2013

I’m a Writer – No Other Label Needed!

I started my professional career as a pharmacist: a graduate pharmacist first, then a registered one, and then a clinical one. Those labels defined not only who I was, but it described in a single word what I had achieved. … Continue reading

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MADE IN AMERICA: But What About Our Prescription Drugs?

From time to time, news features on TV report a trend to “buy American”. The reports suggest that Americans are choosing items made in America over similar items made overseas. That’s admirable—right up there with “buy local”. But sometimes doing … Continue reading

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The Perfect Drug As A Murder Weapon!

As I write about murder, I often have to ask myself this question: What is the perfect drug to use as a murder weapon?  There are a number of possibilities, but most have flaws that make them less than perfect. … Continue reading

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