Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree
Community pharmacist in Fair Lawn, NJ
There is so much information out there about various medications and conditions. I enjoy taking complex material and breaking it up into pieces that are accurate and easy for patients to understand. I want patients to feel confident that they understand the medications they take, including information such as side effects and drug interactions.
Karen Berger, PharmD, is a community pharmacist in Fair Lawn, NJ. After graduating from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy, she spent many years working as a pharmacist in a chain pharmacy. She currently enjoys working at an independent pharmacy. Karen writes medication-related articles for a variety of publications, including those for medical professionals as well as for patients. She also reviews pharmacy-related articles for a patient audience.
Karen Berger has a Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) degree from the University of Pittsburgh School of Pharmacy.
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