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Dr. Keri Hager: Why I Became a Pharmacist

“I became a pharmacist because I wanted to help people improve their quality of life through appropriate use of effective and safe medications. I partner with my patients to identify how to address their medication-related needs so they can meet their personal health and well-being goals.”

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