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  • Teaching non-FDA approved nonprescription products: Educating students about potential risks and liability. [Journal Article]
  • CPCurr Pharm Teach Learn 2019; 11(7):655-657
  • Van Dusen V, Pray WS
  • CONCLUSIONS: Faculty members who limit their nonprescription ingredient recommendations to those with FDA approval can justify those recommendations by weight of evidence. If the faculty member recommends ingredients that the FDA has not approved (e.g., kava), students should be taught that those ingredients pose unknown risks and lack proven benefit, and also that their labels virtually always lack doses proven to be safe, precautions, contraindications, and drug interactions.Selling unproven products can lower trust in pharmacy, cause patient harm, and expose the pharmacist to legal action. These issues should be explained to students whenever unproven products are discussed or recommended.
  • The protective effects of Kava (Piper Methysticum) constituents in cancers: a systematic review. [Journal Article]
  • JOJ Oral Pathol Med 2019 Jun 07
  • Celentano A, Tran A, … Yap T
  • CONCLUSIONS: There was heterogeneity of study models and methods of investigation across the studies identified. Components of kava appear to present an area of interest with chemo-therapeutic potential in cancer prevention and treatment, particularly for epithelial neoplasms. To date, there is a paucity of literature of the utility of kava components in the prevention and treatment of oral squamous cell carcinoma. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.
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