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The Weber Effect and FAERS: Analysis of Sixty-Two Drugs Approved from 2006 - 2010
Published in the Wednesday, March 19, 2014 edition of Drug Safety, a premier international journal that specializes in risk assessment and the prevention and management of adverse effects of individual drugs and drug classes.
Highlights of Report:
- Most of the modern adverse event reporting into FAERS does not follow the pattern described by the ‘Weber Effect'
- FAERS data is credible as a factor in a drug’s safety profile
- Modern FAERS reporting has improved greatly over the last decade and will be an increasingly important factor in determining the overall safety profile of FDA approved prescription drugs