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Despite Closure, University Lends a Hand by Making Hand Sanitizer


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In Huntington, the Marshall University School of Pharmacy has been making FDA approved hand sanitizer to help nonprofits who are quickly running out.  We spoke with Dr. Kim Broedel-Zaugg, who is the chair of pharmacy practice, administration, and research.

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