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Despite Closure, University Lends a Hand by Making Hand Sanitizer

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Marshall University School of Pharmacy
Marshall University School of Pharmacy Chair of Pharmacy Practice, Administration, and Research Dr. Kim Broedel-Zaugg

Here at West Virginia Public Broadcasting, we are asking our audience and viewers to reach out to us and share stories of hope, inspiration and resilience in the face of the coronavirus pandemic.

In Huntington, the Marshall University School of Pharmacy has been making FDA approved hand sanitizer to help nonprofits who are quickly running out.  We spoke with Dr. Kim Broedel-Zaugg, who is the chair of pharmacy practice, administration, and research.

You can find them online at marshall.edu/pharmacy. 

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