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ACP Internist Staff Columns

FDA Review

Warnings issued for antiepileptics, bowel prep, efalizumab

By Jessica Berthold

FDA Review

A summary of approvals, recalls, warnings and alerts.

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National Trends

Complementary and alternative medicines.

By Ryan DuBosar

Tracking the use of complementary and alternative medicines by age and condition.

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ACP Internist Weekly

From the January 27, 2015 edition

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