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Pharmavite takes pharmacists to school

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Pharmavite extends access to its online supplement education program, Vitamin Herb University (VHU), to provide increased knowledge of dietary supplements and continuing education (CE) credits to more pharmacists, the firm announces April 15. All pharmacists working for Pharmavite's retail partners can use the CE programs, the Nature Made vitamins marketer says. Previously, only pharmacists affiliated with online CE technology company CE City could access the online resource. At VHU, pharmacists can obtain detailed information on dietary supplements and receive CE credit by passing the online test after completing the eight hours course, the Northridge, Calif.-based firm states...

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