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Welcome to Partnership for Personalized Prescriptions



What is P3?


The Partnership for Personalized Prescriptions brings together patients, physicians, veterinarians, nurses, pharmacists and other healthcare advocates who know how valuable compounded medicines are to modern individualized healthcare. Click here to join now!


Our Mission is to educate, inform, and most importantly, to protect and advance patients' access to customized medications.


Let P3 provide you with expert advice from compounding pharmacists. Receive the latest news alerts that may on occasion require your immediate action! Connect with a growing patient community with unique healthcare needs.


Learn about the personal testimonials patients have to share about how personalized medications have helped them, and in some cases, saved their lives.


Expand your knowledge of the many, many different healthcare areas in which personalized medications serve patients, including:


  • Dentistry
  • Dermatology
  • Gastroenterology
  • Hormone Replacement Therapy
  • Hospice
  • Infertility
  • Medication Flavoring
  • Men's and Women's Wellness
  • Oncology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Pain Management
  • Pediatrics
  • Podiatry
  • Sports Medicine
  • Wound Management
  • Veterinary


 Learn from P3 and our resources the best way to select a pharmacy compounding practice, and what you should look for when you visit a pharmacy.


  • A clean, well-organized facility with the proper equipment to prepare prescription compound with minimally a powder hood, electronic balance and other pieces of equipment necessary to produce a finished pharmaceutical medication.
  • The staff should be gowned and properly covered to protect themselves as well as to ensure their work areas are kept clean according to the United States Pharmacopeia standards we are obligated to follow.
  • Visit with the pharmacists and discuss how the pharmacy operates and what is done to ensure that prescriptions are compounded to the specification of the physician's prescription.

Keep in the know, keep involved and keep your access to personalized prescriptions intact!


Join P3, your patient advocacy society that is more than 164,000 voices strong.




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