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Drugs

Controlled Release Society honors Raghu Ganugula

June 15, 2018
College of Pharmacy assistant research scientist receives recognition from drug delivery science society

Price controls on drugs: Striking the balance between affordability and innovation

May 24, 2017
Many prescription medications are very expensive, but price controls could stifle the creation of new ones

Customizing the transportation of difficult-to-deliver drugs

April 25, 2017
Researchers at Texas A&M look to create one-stop solution for drug delivery

Drug stability: How storage conditions affect their performance

September 6, 2016
How pharmaceuticals break down, and why we should care

Crossing the barriers: Pharmacy researchers improving drug delivery

July 8, 2016
Developing nanosystems that can more easily cross the gastrointestinal tract and blood-brain barriers

A new cancer drug delivery system

July 5, 2016
Texas A&M researchers working on a new way to deliver chemotherapy directly to cancer cells

Why people aren’t taking their prescription medications

March 31, 2016
As prescriptions get more expensive, people become less able to afford them, but they may end up paying for it later

Using medical marijuana to stop seizures in kids

February 8, 2016
For kids with uncontrolled seizures, a technically illegal drug offers hope. But is it scientifically sound?

A new vice dean for a new campus

December 11, 2015
FDA exec joins the Texas A&M Rangel College of Pharmacy

Finding new uses for old drugs: Fighting pain with ketamine

October 29, 2015
Researchers at Texas A&M are taking ketamine, a drug that already exists as an anesthetic and is often used as a "club drug," and using it to treat pain