In order to make sure that you are using credible sources if and when you want to do some drug injury research, there is an FDA information site and an FDA database that is searchable which we want you to know are available online.
This webpage was developed to provide the public with easy access to important drug safety information. The webpage contains the most recent Drug Safety Communications from FDA as well as links for Early Communications, Follow-Up Early Communications, Information for Healthcare Professional sheets, and Public Health Advisories issued prior to January 29th, 2010. You can also find drug specific information using the Index to Drug-Specific Information.
The Drug Safety-related Labeling Changes (SrLC) database provides approved safety-related labeling changes from January 2016 forward. Data prior to January 2016 will continue to be available on the MedWatch website.
If you or someone you know experienced serious side effects that may have been caused by an FDA-approved prescription medicine, you may want to do some drug injury research.
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