COP in the News: May 2, 2016

COP logoCOP 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.

UA Health Sciences students to compete in National CLARION Interprofessional Case Competition; College of Pharmacy, Kaitlyn Skulkan, Merta Cushing, Jason Kwan: The University of Arizona Health Sciences

Some diabetes drugs may help cancer spread in mice; Donna Zhang: Science Magazine

Banner UMC looks into venom's potential for fighting disease; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: KGUN-TV

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

Sahuarita couple strikes out into desert for snakes that strike back; Dan Massey, Keith Boesen, Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Arizona Daily Star

Heroin overdose deaths continue to rise in Pima County; Keith Boesen: Tucson News Now

Happy administrative professionals day; Katie-Lynn Franks, Ivo Abraham: UA at Work

I-Squared awards honor impact, innovation; Laurence Hurley: UA News

Lured by early warm weather, scorpions emerge to swarm Arizona homes; Keith Boesen, Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: MSN, New York Times, Bend Bulletin, Belleville News Democrat, San Antonio Express-News, The Boston Globe, The Charlotte Observer, The Seattle Times

Obama administration honors Americans leading efforts to stop the prescription opioid and heroin epidemic; UA COP: What Is Said, Yuma News Now

New study prompts caution for all those taking diabetes medication: some drug brands may increase the spread of cancer; Georg Wondrak, Donna Zhang: Natural News

Local poison control warns of detergent dangers; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Tucson News Now

The shift toward community integrated paramedicine; Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center: Fire House

Dr. Cooley appointed associate interprofessional education director; Janet Cooley: UAHS News

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