COP in the News: April 12, 2016

COP in the News keeps you up to date on stories about the College of Pharmacy in the media. The list below cites a story in the news, the COP person or organization mentioned in the story and a link to the story as it appeared in one or more media outlets. 

Man shoots self while hunting snakes; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Eastern Arizona Courier

Life-saving anti-overdose drug on the rise, sparks debate in Pima County; Mazda Shirazi, Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Tucson News Now

Warm weather brings out scorpions; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Tri-Valley Dispatch

Specter of cartel-made opioid rears head in Arizona; Keith Boesen, Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Arizona Daily Star

Steps to a good night's sleep; Jeannie Lee: The University of Arizona Health Sciences

Poison plot: First-graders suspended for trying to kill their classmate; Keith Boesen, Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Examiner

Davis now a professor at UA Pharmacy College; Lisa Davis: Arizona Daily Star

UA College of Pharmacy tapped for AACP Weaver Award: The University of Arizona Health Sciences

AJHP Voices; Dan Malone: American Journal of Health-System Pharmacy

Girl bitten by rattlesnake at Bonita Creek; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Eastern Arizona Courier

Snake removal 'tis the season; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Yuma News Now

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