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Innovative UBC and Pharmasave pharmacist-led study lends new hope in the management of type 2 diabetes

A research partnership between Pharmasave and UBC is studying whether a therapeutic carbohydrate-restricted nutrition program can help reduce the need for glucose-lowering medications. In the study, patients with diabetes and taking glucose-lowering medications are monitored closely by their pharmacist while they follow a low-carbohydrate, moderate protein, ketogenic program.

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Who is your Naloxone kit for?

Susan Beresford, pharmacist at Pharmasave Kinburn in Mahone Bay, NS speaks about the importance of Naloxone kits in saving lives.

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The role of pharmacists in improving access to health care, patient outcomes

Rose Dipchand, Pharmasave’s regional manager of professional affairs, Atlantic division, speaks at the 2018 Halifax Benefits Summit on Sept. 20, 2018.

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Blue Circle Campaign supports Diabetes Canada

Diabetes Canada will kick off its Diabetes Awareness Month activities this November with a Blue Circle Campaign at Pharmasave locations across Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Northwestern Ontario. The blue circle symbol, developed by the International Diabetes Federation, is used to signify the unity of the global diabetes community in response to the diabetes pandemic. It’s easy to purchase a blue circle at check-out to support Diabetes Canada, including the D-Camps program for children and youth living with type 1 diabetes.

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