DENVER, Sept. 30, 2020 /PRNewswire/ — TRC® Healthcare (Therapeutic Research Center or TRC®), a leading provider of medication advisory and learning solutions and the author of Pharmacist’s Letter, has partnered with vital.ly, an Australian-based provider of independent education and high-quality complementary medicines, to allow vital.ly’s network of complementary health practitioners access to TRC’s Natural Medicines database of pharmaceutical and dietary supplement information.
With this partnership, healthcare members with a vital.ly pro membership have exclusive direct access to Natural Medicines‘ robust repository of evidence-based information on supplements, natural medicines, and complementary alternative and integrative therapies, as well as professional monographs and a drug-supplement interaction tool.
“The integration of Natural Medicines directly onto our platform is essential to our practitioners,” said Bill Palmer, Chief Executive Officer at vital.ly. “Our healthcare members value having more than 1,400 professional monographs at their fingertips. When a practitioner recommends a supplement,
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Despite making lowering drug prices and repealing and replacing the Affordable Care Act key planks of his 2016 election bid, Trump has struggled to deliver on many of his health-care promises in his first term. He trails
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