Kathleen Gannon Longo
Kathleen Gannon Longo is a Contributing Editor.
Pharmacist can wield positive influence in hospice
Niagara Hospice and University at Buffalo cooperate to set up a residency in the hospice.
Maine pharmacists leery of state's Rx program
Pharmacists in Maine agree with concept of a drug discount program, but are suspicious of the program's details.
VA pharmacists who blew the whistle faced retaliation
Two VA pharmacists in New York alerted administration to problems in several oncology clinical trials at their facility and were ousted as a result.
New Internet site provides cancer trial information
New on-line service gives patients information on cancer trials.
More women than men seek treatment for IBS
Pharmacists have a major role to play in treating patients with irritable bowel syndrome(IBS).
Minn. college launches NIH-funded epilepsy study
Seniors and epilepsy is the focus of a new study by the U. of Minnesota
JCAHO plans major change for hospital surveys in 2004
New JCAHO standards are coming for hospitals in 2004
JCAHO to streamline its accreditation standards
JCAHO issues new standards for hospitals to meet