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    FDA - Disposal Of Unused Medicines

    Medicines play an important role in treating many conditions and diseases, but when they are no longer needed it’s important to dispose of them properly to avoid harm to others. Below, we list some disposal options and some special disposal instructions for you to consider when throwing out expired, unwanted, or unused medicines.Medicine Take-Back Programs Medicine take-back programs for disposal are a good way to remove expired, unwanted, or unused medicines from the home and reduce the chance that others may accidentally take the medicine. Contact your city or county government’s household trash and recycling service to see if there is a medicine take-back program in your community and learn about any special rules regarding which medicines can be taken back. You can also talk to your pharmacist to see if he or she knows of other medicine disposal programs in your area or visit the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration’s website for information on National Prescription Drug Take-Back Events. Read More


    Avastin® is the brand name for bevacizumab, a drug injected into the eye to slow vision loss in people who have “wet” age-related macular degeneration (AMD). Read More


    Respiratory Home Care Specialist Providing physicians complete home respiratory care solutions…We specialize in assisting with a spectrum of early intervention services and comprehensive in-home care programs using the latest equipment and techniques. Read More

    American Association For Respiratory Care

    The American Association for Respiratory Care aggressively advocates for the recognition of the value of respiratory therapy and therapists in all areas of public policy. Get valuable information about respiratory health concerns and learn more about key respiratory health issues. Read More

    Respiratory Care Journal

    A science journal, and, as such, its mission is to disseminate information, viewpoints, and questions about respiratory disease, research, clinical and laboratory practice, education, and management of resources. Everything in RESPIRATORY CARE is related to patient care science. Read More

    National Home Oxygen Patients Association

    The National Home Oxygen Patients Association is a new association devoted exclusively to improving the lives of people across the country who require supplementary oxygen on a regular basis. A prestigious group of physicians, providers and manufacturers formed the association when they recognized that despite their own efforts to speak on behalf of their patients and customers, oxygen patients truly needed their own organization. Read More

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