Do Black Boxes Work? US FDA Survey Would Test Impact On Prescribers
Depending on who you ask, black box warnings can fail to curb inappropriate prescribing or scare off patients who would benefit from an effective therapy. FDA is proposing a provider survey to find out what perceptions really are.
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