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We, as seniors, are now rapidly approaching graduation and are beginning to plan our courses of action after receiving our degrees. Several are planning to continue their education in pharmacy or a related field, but for the most part, we will enter the profession at the retail level. Whichever direction we take, let's hope that we can remember the many things which our professors have tried to teach to us, both from a practical and ethical point of view. Perhaps the most important at this time are the ethical standards, for without ethics, we cannot truly call Pharmacy a profession. It is up to us, as well as those who are presently engaged in the practice of pharmacy, to do our part in maintaining and advancing our chosen profession.

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Southwestern Oklahoma State University


Weatherford, OK


Apothecary, SWOSU


Medicine and Health Sciences | Pharmacy and Pharmaceutical Sciences

1963 Apothecary



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