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Weekly Comment

Every month Pharmacy Daily recruits an industry professional to be our guest columnist and supply the industry with general information about their profession or service, which features in the issue each Monday.
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Weekly comment

Posted: Mon 11 Dec 17

Weekly Comment 11 Dec 17: Vitamin B5 as a new option to treat acne


THIS week's contributor is Judy Cheung-Wood, SkinB5 Founder & Managing Director - Acne is an inflammatory skin disorder that can impact self-esteem and consequently affect emotional health.


Posted: Mon 04 Dec 17

Weekly Comment 04 Dec 17: 5 Reasons to Use Supplements for Acne


THIS week's contributor is Judy Cheung-Wood, SkinB5 Founder & Managing Director - Last week, SkinB5 launched its first iTherapeutics training module and already we are seeing higher than expected participation which is reflecting a strong growing interest in using supplements to treat acne.


Posted: Mon 27 Nov 17

Weekly Comment 27 Nov 17: Bathing babies


THIS week's contributor is Catherine Cervasio, Director Aromababy - Best practice for bathing newborns can be a confusing topic, especially for new parents.


Posted: Mon 20 Nov 17

Weekly Comment 20 Nov 17: Baby massage oil support for parents


THIS week's contributor is Catherine Cervasio, Director Aromababy - There are numerous baby massage oils to choose from, which can become a little confusing for new parents.


Posted: Mon 13 Nov 17

Weekly Comment 13 Nov 17: Travel with baby


THIS week's contributor is Catherine Cervasio, Director Aromababy - As we approach the holiday season, these travel skincare tips are a great way to support parents with young families in your pharmacy.


Posted: Mon 30 Oct 17

Weekly Comment 30 Oct 17: Making cancer cells vulnerable to therapy


THIS week's contributor is Associate Professor Elgene Lim, NBCF funded researcher - This year marks the 15th anniversary of the Pink Ribbon Breakfast campaign held by the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) in October for International Breast Cancer Awareness Month.


Posted: Mon 23 Oct 17

Weekly Comment 23 Oct 17: Preventing breast cancer progression


THIS week's contributor is Associate Professor Claudine Bonder, Chief Investigator at University of South Australia, NBCF funded researcher - Every day in Australia, 48 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer and 8 women will die from this devastating disease.


Posted: Mon 16 Oct 17

Weekly Comment 16 Oct 17: Understanding metastatic breast cancer


THIS week's contributor is Dr Alessandra Muntoni, Director of Research Investment, NBCFA - A 2017 research poll by the National Breast Cancer Foundation (NBCF) revealed that despite the majority of Australians (83%) being aware that breast cancer can spread beyond the breast and metastatic breast cancer is the most deadly stage of the disease (88%), only three per cent of Australians realise that breast cancer can stay dormant in the body for more than 10 years.