He was drawn to compounding pharmacy
Lance Campbell of Pearland knew he wanted to become a compounding pharmacist from the moment he heard about the alternative to mass-produced drugs sold in big retail chain stores. The pharmacist isolated the ingredient in the drug that thickened the gums and used it in a concoction that was applied to a patient's wound that wouldn't heal. Graduating with a degree in microbiology, he enrolled at UH, earning his pharmacy degree in 2001. Campbell worked at local compounding pharmacies before taking a job at a national retail chain for 4½ months while preparing a business plan to get a loan to open his own compounding pharmacy.
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