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Wikipedia Drug Searches Spike Following FDA Safety Warnings – NEJM Study

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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While the study indicates Wikipedia is an important resource for additional information on drug safety, less than half of Wikipedia pages pertaining to drugs with new FDA safety warnings were updated promptly with information from the warnings, the researchers report.

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