Atezolizumab for Urothelial Carcinoma and Non-Small Cell Lung Cancer Here: an overview of atezolizumab, the first new drug in two decades for bladder cancer and now approved for NSCLC. Food, Juice, and Drugs: Hold the Grapefruit February 07, 2017 By Valerie DeBenedette Do your patients know about the interactions between common foods and drugs? We take a look at what you need to know. Meeting the Pharmacy Needs of Tourists, Vacationers, and Travelers February 06, 2017 By Valerie DeBenedette Are you prepared to help when someone far from home has lost their prescription medications? Standardization a Pressing Issue for Pharmacy Technicians Diane Halvorson, RPhTech, CPhT, of North Dakota has been named the Pharmacy Technician of the Year for 2017 by the Pharmacy Technician Certification Board. RFID Technology Speeds Medication Replenishment, Reduces Med Errors January 31, 2017 By Anthony Vecchione New York-Presbyterian Brooklyn Methodist Hospital has started using radio frequency identification to increase efficiency and speed when restocking drug trays. Dietary supplements-- an FDA primer FDA is not authorized to review dietary supplements for safety and effectiveness before they go on the market. But it does provide an electronic safety reporting portal tailored exclusively for dietary supplements. First Do No Harm The tools for improving quality are available to almost every pharmacist and pharmacy technician, whose job is to make the system work. But this may be the weakness in pharmacy’s march to quality.