Protest March in Washington DC

On August 30th 2004, the Author of Pharmacy In Bondage organized a protest march in Capitol Hill and around American Medical Association (AMA) in Washington DC prior to the publication of the first edition in 2005. As a member, the Author solicited the assistance of American Pharmacists Association (APhA) without cooperation. At any rate the protest went on peacefully and successfully as revealed by the images below:


dr. ojo

Dr. Patrick Ojo was born and brought up in Benin City , Nigeria , Africa . He attended Benin Baptist Model Primary School, Evboneka Grammar School (high school), and Eghosa Grammar School briefly for one year before proceeding to University of Ife, Ile-Ife, for a degree in chemistry. He taught briefly at Government Girl’s College Ngelzarma, Borno State, as Assistant Head of the Science Department, and Oghada Grammar School, Edo State, as Head of the Science Department before migrating to the United States in 1988.

two pharmacy in bondage books


Note: 1st Edition has two(2) different book titles, but it is just the same book.

The book gives an historical account of pharmacy, and makes a case that pharmacists, with their extensive knowledge of drugs and how they interact with each other and in humans, are underutilized by our medical profession.