About Dr. Richard Brand
Learn more about Dr. Richard D. Brand, Ventura County’s Diabetes Specialist.
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Dr. Richard Brand is Ventura County’s Diabetes Specialist
Welcome To Our Practice
Dr. Richard Brand and his staff are dedicated to providing their patients with the finest in medical care. Over the years, our practice has worked very hard to earn a reputation of offering our patients, their families and other physicians, a caring medical environment that provides for both treatment and education. Your trust in our knowledge and experience is very important to us. Together with our physician and healthcare team, we recognize that you are the most important person in enhancing your health. We look forward to a successful and satisfying relationship as we work together to manage your medical needs.
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Jennifer Garner Interview Dr. Anthony Fauci September 12, 2020 - This is an interview in which both participants try their best to communicate the truth about aspects of this Covid Pandemic important to everyone. This in easily found on Youtube and well worth watching. We should not forget that Dr. Fauci was the voice of the NIH and CDC during the epidemic of HIV in […] FDA recalls METFORMIN-ER September 7, 2020 - There are 17 pharmaceutical companies that make extended release Metformin. It seems that the way the extended release drug is made causes there to be what the FDA has called toxic levels of NDMA which has been associated with causing cancer. Regular Metformin, immediate release is not associated with toxic levels of NDMA and is […] Flu Shots 2020 September 5, 2020 - Flu shots will be available starting in October for the 2020 season. These will be administered by our nursing staff by appointment. CDC recommends that persons should be receiving their flu shot by the end of October. It takes 2 weeks for full immunity to develop after the shot and protect from flu virus infection. […]
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