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Mini-Sentinel Prospective Surveillance Program Can Assist New Drug Pharmacovigilance

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Executive Summary

Known as PROMPT, the prospective monitoring system might be useful in tracking a new drug that is part of a category in which a safety issue has arisen before, or in cases where potential problems surfaced in development studies, according to researchers.

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