Medicine bottles are mundane objects closely woven into our daily lives, promising happier moods, better sleep, and lower blood pressure. However, nothing in these objects correlates with hope, faith, or a feeling of health. I aspire to put a face on these jars to create conversations between drug manufacturers, prescribers, and dispensers, allowing them to explore what actually happens after R&D ends, after the drug is manufactured, and after the drug is delivered. prescription to the patient. Highlighting patient narratives is potentially part of the solution to understanding the complexities of human suffering and, subsequently, the journey of healing.
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