JournalInside SOP: The University of Maryland School of Pharmacy's Blog
PublisherUniversity of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Pharmacy
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AbstractCharmaine Rochester-Eyeguokan, Professor in the School of Pharmacy, describes her work to make diabetes medication affordable for patients at the Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology at the University of Maryland Midtown Campus during the COVID-19 pandemic.
DescriptionThis piece was part of a series of Helping Hands stories authored by School of Pharmacy faculty, staff, students, trainees, and alumni who stepped up to assist their family and friends, colleagues, and communities during the COVID-19 pandemic.
The post describes the struggle to pay for medication such as insulin that seniors with diabetes face. This has especially been true during the COVID-19 pandemic and through cut backs in governmental funding for medication.
Series/Report No.Helping Hands
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KeywordUMB COVID-19 personal narratives
Coronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
University of Maryland Center for Diabetes and Endocrinology
Patient Assistance Through Caring and Helping (PATCH)
University of Maryland, Baltimore
University of Maryland, Baltimore. School of Pharmacy
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