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Middle-schoolers explore pharmacy as a career at PharmCamp

Earlier this summer, more than 30 middle school students attended the college's yearly PharmCamp, a one-week summer program held in both Tucson and Yuma that introduces seventh- and eighth-graders to different health professions. The camp helps students learn more about the roles pharmacists play in clinics, community pharmacies, hospitals and other locations. 

To see the Tucson campers in action making anti-itch lotion and learning CPR, play the video below:

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Class of 2010 graduate discovers unique population of scorpions


In the summer of 2008, then-third-year PharmD student Daniel Massey was casting about for a topic for his senior research project. He had an interest in venomous animals, so he had been talking with Jude McNally, then managing director of the Arizona Poison and Drug Information Center, about possible topics. They hadn’t decided on anything, they were just tossing ideas around.


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