Breast Cancer: Empowering Women to Fight this Disease

By Abby Isger, Butler University

Receiving a diagnosis of invasive breast cancer is a terrible day for nearly 300,000 women in the US each year.

The statistics on breast cancer are staggering; in fact, according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, 1 in 8...

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Is Osteoporosis Inevitable?

By Abby Isger, Butler University

Receiving a diagnosis of invasive breast cancer is a terrible day for nearly 300,000 women in the US each year.

The statistics on breast cancer are staggering; in fact, according to the National Breast Cancer Foundation, 1 in 8...

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Paths to Patient Support in Rare Disease

 

By Nolan Brown, Sr. Program Coordinator

February 28 is Rare Disease Day – an important day to recognize rare diseases and the severe impact they have on the lives of people around the world. While these diseases may be “rare” in...

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Are Sugar-Free Foods as Healthy as they Seem?

By Susan Sloane, RPh, CDCES, Contract Clinical Educator with VMS BioMarketing

Have you ever been to the grocery store, desperate to find a “healthy treat”? I sure have! You see the sweets aisle and are drawn to the temptations of the...

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One in Seven: Rheumatology Patient Nonadherence During COVID-19

By Nolan Brown, Butler University, VMS BioMarketing Intern

September is Rheumatic Disease Month, and, while patients always face challenges, the rise of COVID-19 has created an even more difficult environment for them. When living in an immunocompromised state due to...

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Psoriasis and Depression: The Lesser-Known Impact of the Disease

By Nolan Brown, Marketing Intern, Butler University

VMS BioMarketingPsoriasis is a chronic...

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