Anne Arvizu, PharmD, FASCP, PCC
Pharmacist30700 Russell Ranch Road 250 Westlake Villiage CA, 91362
AAnne Arvizu, PharmD, FASCP, PCC is founder, acting CEO and Board Chair of The endometrial Cancer Foundation. As a 25 year veteran of the pharmaceutical industry, she is former top ranking Pharmaceutical Executive and Medical Affairs expert with her team based virtually in Miami, Florida and Westlake Villiage, California. Dr. Anne Arvizu is a pioneer in raising public awareness and bringing educational solutions and hope into the lives of endometrial cancer patients through the creation of the worlds first global educational advocacy focused on patients with endometrial cancer and their caregivers. Along with 26 years of global oncology research and data dissemination expertise, Dr. Arvizu is a prime example of a true leader in health care. As a leader and expert in her field, Dr. Anne Arvizu, PharmD, FASCP, PCC is passionate about enhancing patient quality of life through advocacy and the dissemination of meaningful and relevant medical information, as well creating new research opportunities and educational programs (CE/CMEs) to train the next generation of health care professionals. Dr. Anne embodies the values of integrity, open communication, safety, and trust when dealing directly with patients. As an expert called upon across the United States and globally, Anne Arvizu, PharmD, FASCP, PCC is a true asset to the advancement of endometrial cancer initiatives and has lived a life dedicated to the profession of pharmaceutical medicine. To donate, learn more or partner with us visit https://endometrialcancerfoundation.org .
Education and Training
University of Florida PharmD 2004
University of Sciences BSPharm 1998
Villanova University BA 1991
Anne Arvizu, PharmD, FASCP, PCC's Expert Contributions
Hello! While there is not enough information to support a specific response to your question due to lack of study on this topic regarding percent concentration of drug in sperm, Gleevac is a cytotoxic and genotoxic product. I would not recommend secondary ingestion since adverse effects of this kind are unknown. I hope that helps and wish him the very best outcomes! READ MORE
Areas of expertise and specialization
Faculty Titles & Positions
- Preceptor Shenandoah University 2004 - 2008
- 2020 Luminary Award 2020 Healthcare Businesswomen's Association
- 2019, Excellence as Board Chair 2019 South Florida YMCA
- SGO, HBA
Charities and Philanthropic Endeavors
- Board Chair, Founder and Acting CEO, The Endometrial Cancer Foundation
Professional Society Memberships
- American Society of Clinical Oncology, Society of Gynecologic Oncology
- The Pharmacy Podcast NetworkRPhAlly
Teaching and speaking
- Former Preceptor, Shenandoah University School of Pharmacy - Medical Affairs & Clinical Research Rotations for PharmD students.
Areas of research
Current: retrospective data analysis of 83,000 studies in endometrial cancer, finding gaps in data and presenting new research inititives to light through our newly forming platform which will be the first and only of it's kind in the world to bring together the payers, patients, manufacturers, treaters and experts all in one place. Visit the site to learn more and to donate to support our educational initiatives. https://endometrialcancerfoundation.org
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