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Manchester College Receives $35 Million Grant From Lilly Endowment for School of Pharmacy
Date:12/20/2010

said. "Pharmacy students will work side-by-side with pharmacists and other members of the health care team in medical care facilities and pharmacies in the community, learning firsthand about patient care in a variety of settings including adult medicine, ambulatory care, pediatrics, geriatrics, infectious diseases and psychiatric services."

For more about the Manchester School of Pharmacy, visit www.manchester.edu/pharmacy. For more about Lilly Endowment, visit www.lillyendowment.org.


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