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Ten pharmacists, two generations

Ned Milenkovich, PharmD, JD REG/LEGAL

A partner and chair of the drug and pharmacy legal practice at Roetzel & Andress LPA, and vice-chairman of the Illinois State Board of Pharmacy.

Ken Baker, BS Pharm REG/LEGAL

A pharmacist and attorney consulting in pharmacy error reduction, communication, and risk management, and attorney of counsel with the firm Renaud Cook Drury Mesaros, Pa.

Jim Plagakis, RPh JP AT LARGE

Jim Plagakis is a pharmacist living in Sarasota, Florida.

David Stanley, RPh VIEW FROM THE ZOO

David Stanley is a pharmacy owner, blogger, and professional writer in northern California.

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Anna D. Garrett, PharmD, BCPS

Clinical pharmacist and president of Dr. Anna Garrett (drannagarrett.com). Her mission is to help women in midlife maximize their mojo!



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