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Low Dose Naltrexone in Dermatology

Most research is showing that low-dose naltrexone (LDN) can be helpful in inflammatory and autoimmune conditions of the body. LDN is very well tolerated by most patients, with the most common adverse reaction being drowsiness and vivid dreams. LDN must be compounded, as it is not commercially available.

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Regulatory Updates

The compounding pharmacy plays a vital role in Personalized Medicine, offering the ability to provide individualized, custom tailored therapies for patients quickly, and safely.  In efforts to raise standards of quality, new and more stringent regulatory requirements are being proffered from various sectors of the industry.

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