There’s no harder time in the life of a parent than when their child is sick. The overwhelming need to comfort them and ‘make it all go away’ is foremost in the mind of the worried Mum or Dad. We want them to get better – fast – and to make the remedy as painless
YAWN… do you wake every day feeling unrefreshed? Do you drag yourself out of bed to ply yourself with coffee in an attempt to kickstart yourself for the day? Well, you are not alone. You are part of the one in three Australians not getting enough sleep* but there is good news 5-HTP can help.
A new study from the U.S. has found that 95 per cent of patients were satisfied with all aspects of their experience using compounded medication and considered it equally good or better than previous medications they had used. The study, published in the Journal of American Pharmacists Association in September of this year (2019), recorded
Since the start of 2018, over 220 medications have been discontinued by the manufacturer and taken off the market for reasons other than safety, according to data compiled by the (TGA). In over half of the cases the impact to public health has been assessed as ‘medium’. Matthew Bellgrove from National Custom Compounding said when
The Australian government has recognised the potential of personalised medicine in a very public way by today announcing $65 million in competitive grants for genomic research into cures for cancer, childhood diseases and diseases with low survival rates. The compounding pharmacy sector is applauding the announcement, viewing it as a step in the right direction
The world’s leading authority on safety in drug manufacturing, United States Pharmacopeia (USP), has announced that this year they will be updating their standards for the compounding of medications in traditional compounding pharmacies. Specialist pharmacist Matthew Bellgrove from National Custom Compounding welcomed the news saying it would help to build trust in the sector. “Anything