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    Steering Away From Rheumatoid Arthritis

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    Hepatitis C Cost Cutting

    Cure a life-threatening disease at a fraction of the cost – sounds like a great offer, right? The...

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    A Time of Thankfulness

    At BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy we pride ourselves on working as a team to go the extra mile in our...

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    Breathe Easy

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    Trick or Treat Guide to MS

    Halloween is just around the corner and sugary treats are everywhere. When it comes to multiple...

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    Understanding NAFLD and NASH

    Guest blog by: Monica Morgan, Pharm.D., CSP

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    Mediterranean Diet for Breast Cancer

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    Flu Shots Important for Cancer Patients

    Last month I shared in this blog how important flu shots can be for anyone with rheumatoid...

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    Psoriasis Social Stigma

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    Financial Fallout

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    Meet the Newest MS

    Researchers recently identified a new sub-type of multiple sclerosis: myelocortical MS. This...

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    Find the Missing Millions

    July 28th of every year is World Hepatitis Day; this year the theme is “Find the Missing...

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    Psoriasis: Can Sleep Troubles be a Red Flag?

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    Pregnancy and Hepatitis C

    Hepatitis C and pregnancy have a complicated relationship. Pregnancy itself does not appear to...

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    Psoriatic Arthritis: Current Understandings

    Doctors, as far back as the mid-19th century, noticed the connections between psoriasis and...

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    Get Moving! (Yes, Even if You Have Cancer)

    Exercise does a body good. In terms of cancer, there is already a substantial amount of evidence...

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    Latest Guidelines for MS Treatment

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    Skip the Chemo?

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    New Hope in Ulcerative Colitis

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    Autoimmune Diseases: Facing More Than One

    Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease. The family of autoimmune diseases include such...

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    HCV Testing and Treatment: The Time is Now

    There are nearly 4 million Americans with chronic hepatitis C infections, yet only 9% of them have...

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    How Sweet It’s Not: Crohn’s and Splenda

    More than 1.5 million Americans suffer from inflammatory bowel diseases, which include both...

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    Beyond Skin: Psoriasis and Health Risks

    More than 7 million Americans experience psoriasis, the skin condition that creates dry, scaly,...

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    Become a Fish Fan

    Earlier this year I wrote a blog about the benefits of a Mediterranean diet – a big component of...

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    Introducing New Prostate Cancer Treatment, Available from BioPlus

    A new medication has joined the ranks of potential treatment for prostate cancer. The FDA recently...

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    Crohn’s Disease: Heading Toward its 100th Birthday

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    Manly MS Resistance?

    Multiple sclerosis is often thought of as more of a female disease. This is because women are...

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    Hepatitis C and Diabetes: A Complicated Relationship

    Guest blog by:  Erica Yelton, Pharm.D., CSP, Pharmacy Center Manager, BioPlus Specialty Pharmacy

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    The Prostate Cancer Toolkit

    For men, prostate cancer remains the second most common type of cancer. Only skin cancer is more...

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    Personalizing Crohn’s Disease Treatment

    Guest blog by: Marianne Shenouda, Pharm.D., Clinical Pharmacy Specialist, BioPlus Specialty...

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    Rheumatoid Arthritis: What Should I Eat?

    When it comes to rheumatoid arthritis, the foods one eats or avoids can actually affect the...

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    Energy Drink Ingredient’s Surprising Role in Multiple Sclerosis

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    HCV and Children

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    Breast Cancer Treatment Options Expanding

    Targeted cancer therapies aim to best match the treatment to specific characteristics of cancer...

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