Improving drug safety: From adverse drug reaction knowledge discovery to clinical implementation.

@article{Tan2016ImprovingDS,
  title={Improving drug safety: From adverse drug reaction knowledge discovery to clinical implementation.},
  author={Yuxiang Tan and Yong Hu and Xiaoxiao Liu and Zhinan Yin and Xue-wen Chen and Mei Liu},
  journal={Methods},
  year={2016},
  volume={110},
  pages={14-25}
}
Adverse drug reactions (ADRs) are a major public health concern, causing over 100,000 fatalities in the United States every year with an annual cost of $136 billion. Early detection and accurate prediction of ADRs is thus vital for drug development and patient safety. Multiple scientific disciplines, namely pharmacology, pharmacovigilance, and pharmacoinformatics, have been addressing the ADR problem from different perspectives. With the same goal of improving drug safety, this article… CONTINUE READING
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