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5 Pharmacy-Related Twitter Accounts to Follow

From GIFs, to memes, to scholarly articles, Twitter is a hub of diverse information. With over 126 million accounts on Twitter, it can be overwhelming when trying to find pharmacy-related accounts to follow. So, we did the research for you. While you’re at it, give us a follow – @PDXInc 

Here are 5 pharmacy accounts you should be following: 

Meg Tirrell 

@megtirrell 

Meg Tirrell is a biotech and pharma reporter for CNBC. She lets her 47,000 followers know what is happening in the industry with her thorough reporting, valuable references, interviews with some of the most influential people in biotech and pharmacy, and so much more. If you want to be in the know, give Meg Tirrell a follow.  

 

Pharma Guy 

@pharmaguy 

John Mack, AKA PharmaGuyis a pharmacy-marketing guru. He is the owner of Pharma Marketing Network and has been in the industry for almost 25 years. If you’re wanting marketing tips that are applicable for any industry (but mostly pharmacy and healthcare), you must follow PharmaGuy. His posts are consistent and each one valuable.  

 

The Peoples Pharmacy 

@PeoplesPharmacy 

Not only do they have an active Twitter account, but Terry and Joe Graedon, the couple behind The People’s Pharmacy, share pharmacy-related information on their podcast, newspaper column, books, and more. Their information follows the more natural and holistic route unique viewpoint on pharmacy.  

 

Pharmaceutical Executive Magazine

@PharmExec 

Executives in the pharmacy industry, take heed. This Twitter account offers news and opinions from industry leaders, analysis, features, and executive profiles. Pharmaceutical Executive is a digital and print magazine based out of London and New Jersey.  

 

Pharmalot 

@pharmalot 

From STAT news comes Pharmalot, pharmacy industry-related articles written by former Wall Street Journal reporter, Ed Silverman. Articles are well-written, and posts are made several times a day, giving followers consistent content. “From the lab to the medicine chest”, all topics in pharmacy are covered by Ed and Pharmalot   

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