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The Pharmacy – More Than Just Another Service Counter

How to Become a Pharmacist

Today is World Pharmacist Day - designated by the FIP (International Pharmaceutical Federation) in Istanbul, Turkey in 2009. To help celebrate this occassion, Jeanne Sun, an Associate Scientific Liaison at USP recalls her journey to becoming a pharmacist, and shares specific life encounters that led to her calling. If you're a student considering a career in pharmacy or a STEM-related field, you'll find Jeanne's story to be intruiging and inspiring. 

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What’s USP’s Role in Helping Ensure Food Ingredients Safety?

How safe are food ingredients listed on the label?

With the debate about the safety of food additives recently revived in the media, proper identification of the additives themselves is an aspect of food safety often forgotten. It is assumed food ingredients are well known before safety assessments are performed, but that might not be always true.  

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The Human Impact of Counterfeit and Substandard Medicines

Human impact of substandard medicines

To help illustrate the true threat of counterfeit and substandard medicines, and demonstrate why USP and so many other organizations are working to improve drug quality, we offer this first-hand story about two near-fatal encounters with bad drugs.

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