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Psychiatric Side Effects Search Engine CCHR International

8/12/2014
03:23 | Author: Molly Young

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Psychiatric Side Effects Search Engine CCHR International

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Searching Social Media for Drug Side Effects - Businessweek

6/11/2014
01:06 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Searching Social Media for Drug Side Effects - Businessweek

For decades, pharmaceutical companies and regulators have relied on reports from doctors and patients to monitor the side effects of drugs.

Some technology companies are betting that combing through patients’ social media posts will yield crucial insights that drugmakers will buy. Treato scours thousands of sites for patient feedback, from Facebook ( FB ) and Twitter ( TWTR ) to small patient forums. The challenge is to extrapolate meaningful signals from all that noise, says Hadari: “It’s a huge pile of coal filled with diamonds.”. “Hundreds of millions of people are waking up every morning and writing about their personal experiences,” says Ido Hadari, chief executive officer of Treato, a six-year-old startup based outside Aviv.

The bottom line: Tech startups are trying to mine social media posts for better information about drug safety.

Patients can also report their own experiences through the app, which are relayed to the agency.

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The Genetics of Drug Side Effects News Room - UNC Health Care

4/10/2014
01:09 | Author: Nicholas Clark

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The Genetics of Drug Side Effects News Room - UNC Health Care

UNC School of Medicine's William Valdar and James Crowley lead a quest to discover the genetic underpinnings of drug side effects.

But if you knew that the effect of a drug had a lot to do with whether you inherited specific genes from your mother or father, then you could design an experiment that would include parents.

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Instead, Crowley and Valdar’s team has created a statistical model that will allow them and other researchers to conduct the best kinds of genetics experiments that are needed to find those genes. Crowley and Valdar, an assistant professor in the department of genetics, aren’t yet able to pinpoint which specific genes play roles.

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Large-scale prediction and testing of drug activity on side-effect targets

2/9/2014
03:32 | Author: Chloe Allen

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Large-scale prediction and testing of drug activity on side-effect targets

Here we use a computational strategy to predict the activity of 656 marketed drugs on 73 unintended 'side-effect' targets. Approximay half of.

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Over Dose The Case Against the Drug Companies Prescription

10/18/2014
05:25 | Author: Molly Young

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Over Dose The Case Against the Drug Companies Prescription

Over Dose: The Case Against the Drug Companies: Prescription Drugs, Side Effects, and Your Health [Jay S. Cohen] on . *FREE* shipping on.

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He shows what harm can come from their use. Cohen writes that various drugs are potentially harmful. He starts with a general overview of how drug companies harm people. Read more. Dr.

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Read more. The aphorism, the cure is worse than the disease, is an apropos motto for "Over Dose." Drug company policies rake in billions while harming the very patients they are meant to.

'Over Dose' is quite simply a 'MUST READ'.

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