Acetaminophen/NSAID Relative Liver Risks Well Known By MDs, Survey Shows
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
Roughly two-thirds of doctors are aware NSAIDs cause more deaths annually than acetominophen-related liver toxicity, Leonard Quallich, MD, et al., University of Michigan, report in the June Journal of Clinical Outcomes Management.
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