When retired pharmacist David Taggart was running his two pharmacies in Scarborough, a beachside suburb of Perth, he placed a great deal of emphasis on customer care.
“In the end, my pharmacist suggested we download MedAdvisor as a way of managing all of my different medications.”
The 68-year-old uses the MedAdvisor app to alert him when his medication is running low, which he then cross-checks with his own records.
Alice Pemberton was just 10 years old when she first went into anaphylactic shock after eating peanuts.
“So when I saw that this was a degenerative neurological disease, I thought, ‘Well, we’re going to have to come up with a cure’.
When you’re battling a serious illness, such as cancer or heart disease, every helping hand makes a huge difference to your wellbeing.