May Month in Review: Top Stories on Drug Topics®

Take a look back at our most popular news from May 2022.

Did you miss the top stories on Drug Topics® this month? Catch up on these noteworthy stories today.

10. APhA: Underserved Communities Lack Access to Test to Treat Sites

Communities who are undeserved and vulnerable to COVID-19 were found to be not have much-needed access to test-to-treat location, according to an analysis by the American Pharmacists Association.

9. Women in Pharmacy Make Their Mark on the Profession

Three pharmacists share their stories, challenges, and lessons learned.

8. How to: A Guide for Launching HbA1c Point-of-Care Testing

This valuable service can make a meaningful difference.

7. On Cystic Fibrosis Multidisciplinary Care Teams, Pharmacists Are Vital

Pharmacists are essential for managing complex CF regimens, monitoring their effectiveness, and improving adherence.

6. Many Biologics for Severe Asthma Can Be Self-Administered at Home — Patients Prefer It

Xolair (omalizumab), Fasenra (benralizumab), Dupixent (dupilumab) and Nucala (mepolizumab) can now be self-administered.

5. Impact of Racism in Health Care on Vaccine Hesitancy in Minority Groups

Study shows that 10% of minorities refused COVID-19 vaccines because of past racial discrimination experiences.

4. Biosimilars for Humira Are on Their Way

Circle 2023 on your calendar. That's when as many as 11 biosimilars to Humira are headed for the US market.

3. All Ages Need Education on Sunscreen

Data from one study showed younger women more likely to use sunscreen than older adults.

2. Prescription Drug Insurance Out of Reach for Many Older Adults

Lower household income and requiring multiple medications play large roles.

1. Care at the Counter: Women's Health in the Pharmacy

Pharmacists can improve quality of life for the women they care for by offering advice, education, and other point-of-care services.