The written book includes complete product information of all vaccines licensed in the United States. Other key features of the book: Guidelines, resources and ideas for building and sustaining an effective immunization practice Assistance for increasing immunization rates Practical advice for pharmacists, pharmacy managers and owners, pharmacy technicians and student pharmacists involved in vaccine administration Business management guidance ranging from marketing the assistance to getting payed for the service Vaccine security and adverse event administration, including tips for immunocompromised and high-risk patients The book can be authored by Lauren B. Angelo, PharmD, MBA, Associate Dean, Academic Affairs, and Associate Professor of Pharmacy Practice, Rosalind Franklin University of Medicine and Science, North Chicago, Illinois.Shuldiner, M.D., Carole Sztalryd, Ph.D., and Coleen M. Damcott, Ph.D.: Null Mutation in Hormone-Sensitive Lipase Risk and Gene of Type 2 Diabetes Both excess and insufficient storage of lipids in white adipose tissue are associated with dyslipidemia, insulin resistance, and an increased threat of type 2 diabetes; thus, maintaining normal white-adipose-tissue function is crucial for whole-body insulin energy and sensitivity homeostasis.1 Hormone-sensitive lipase , encoded by LIPE, can be an intracellular lipase with many neutral lipid substrates, including triglycerides, diglycerides, monoglycerides, cholesterol esters, and retinyl esters. HSL is normally ubiquitously expressed and is usually a key participant in lipolysis in adipocytes, steroidogenesis, and spermatogenesis.2 To elucidate the genetic underpinnings of lipid metabolism and white-adipose-tissue function, we sequenced lipolytic-pathway genes in Aged Order Amish individuals, identified a frameshift mutation in LIPE, and characterized individual carriers of the mutation, both systemically and at the amount of the adipocyte.