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Texas A&M taking part in new study to determine if vaccinated people can still spread COVID-19

April 1, 2021
Student volunteers from Texas A&M University will participate in a nationwide clinical trial to test if a COVID-19 vaccine prevents infection and transmission of the virus

Behind the pandemic, an epidemic worsens

March 5, 2021
While the world focuses on the coronavirus pandemic, the ongoing opioid epidemic in America has gotten worse

Texas A&M, OnMed launch self-contained telemedicine station to address rural health care crisis

July 9, 2020
High tech station will allow residents of rural Texas county with no hospital to see a doctor 24/7

Texas A&M pharmacy faculty, students help health care community during COVID-19

May 4, 2020
Pharmacy students, faculty find creative ways to provide needed items during current pandemic

Mass disaster simulation prepares health professions students for the worst

February 14, 2020
Students plan, coordinate and take part in the nation’s largest interprofessional disaster response simulation

POV: Safe storage, security and disposal of opioids

November 11, 2019
As the opioid crisis continues, knowing how to prevent these powerful drugs from falling into the wrong hands is key

Students practice mass inoculation during flu vaccine clinics

September 30, 2019
Hundreds of faculty and staff from Texas A&M University receive free flu shots from Health Science Center students

5 medication rules for summer

July 31, 2019
A pharmacist gives some helpful tips about how to properly store and keep medications in summer

Texas A&M Pharmacy PhD program approved for spring 2020 launch

July 26, 2019
Latest program will enhance pool of scientists and educators, especially in South Texas
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