This class was tough.
This course is mandatory in pharmacy school and one of the most important seeing as chemotherapy drugs are consistently changing, and have very important monitoring requirements.
The highlights included learning the background of how and why chemotherapy drugs are extremely successful. One of the most important things taught during this class is the importance of patience adherence and compliance in regards to drug therapy. Pharmacist can make the world of a difference when it comes to counseling patients on new chemotherapy medications, for example one may think that taking a dose of medication with dinner isn't necessary. But in reality - it could be the difference of a medication being absorbed in the body or being completely excreted (and having no actual effect)!
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Advice for students:
Begin creating a study guide after every class, always review notes after class and make flashcards when terms are fresh in your head. Never hesitate to ask a question and do not wait until 3 days before the exam to start studying - you will not pass ;-)