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May 28, 2007

On this week's show, we welcome Pharmacist, Khanh B. Pham, RPH. Khanh is the President of The Southern Nevada Alliance of Pharmacists, Faculty/Preceptor at The University of Nevada College of Pharmacy,
and has served as The Nevada Chapter President of The Rocky Mountain Pharmacist Foundation. Not only is she a Registered Pharmacist, but she is a PPDC-Certified Diabetes Educator. She is a member of the Nevada Diabetes Counsel, and has lobbied the State Legislature on the Senate floor on behalf of Diabetic causes.

In her role with Von's/Safeway Pharmacy, a national Grocery Store/Pharmacy chain, Khanh facilitates education programs for people affected by Diabetes by teaching them how to shop wisely and be a more informed health-conscious consumer. She inspires Diabetics to take ownership of their disease, and therefore lead a long, full, more independent life.



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Type 2 diabetes is the most common form of the disease and it\'s generally seen in adults. While diabetes occurs in people of all ages and races, it is more common in African Americans, Latinos, Native Americans and Asian Americans/Pacific Islanders. In addition, older Americans have an elevated risk of developing the disease. Early detection of the disease allows patients to manage the disease and prevent complications.