We created this site to let other people with no clear answer for a constant headache that there may be an option out there that can help. If this helps just one person, then my family will be happy. Watching your child go through something like this is heart breaking. I am so thankful for the news report I found on the internet. And, especially, for Dr. Ducic and his team.


BIG WINS The last few weeks have been pretty rough. I love working on the wards every day, but they can be extremely draining. Some days it feels like I’ve been running around all day and nothing gets done. So, to combat that we all started talking about our “big wins.” A big win is something that you did that made a difference or a positive thing that happened to you. Every day on our walks back from the

March 4th, 2018|Ampath, Kenya, Lifestyle, nerve decompression surgery, Pharmacy in Kenya, Pharmacy rotation, School, Well-being|Comments Off on KENYA – WEEKS 3-5


2/26/2018-3/4/2018   I am traveling with 8 other pharmacy students who will also be working in the hospital - Austin, Max, Lindsey, Lindsay, Naomi, Elizabeth, Carli, and Megan.  There are also multiple medical residents, medical students, physicians, and scientists working with AMPATH and staying at IU house with us.  Check out this website to learn more about AMPATH and how this rotation got started https://ampath.pharmacy.purdue.edu/   After fighting some jet lag from our 24+ hours of travel, we headed

KENYA – WEEK 2 MARCH 5, 2018-MARCH 9, 2018

Hi all! I thought I would give you all some background about what we are doing here in Kenya on a day to day basis.  Plus, some info on the strike and the Kenyan medical system. First of all, the medical system here is very different from the US. There are multiple types of clinics and hospitals through the country and each type provides a different level of care.  Dispensaries are local clinics where patients can pick up medication


We hope you find the information provided on this site helpful.  Dayna was passionate about getting word out about her headpain and how she ultimately was able to lead a full life. Dayna graduated from Purdue University in May ’18 with her PharmD degree.  It was a proud day for all of us.  Dayna was engaged to her childhood sweetheart, Adam,  and was to be married in June ’19.  She was loving her life. On November 19,2018, Dayna lost

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