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Health Canada may be slow to regulate and recall potentially dangerous drugs, but they have provided a way for consumers to help themselves-the Canadian Adverse Reactions Newsletter

Health Canada may be slow to regulate and recall potentially dangerous drugs, but they have provided a way for consumers to help themselves-the Canadian Adverse Reactions Newsletter. Anyone who experiences a bad or unexpected reaction to prescription or non-prescription medication is encouraged to report the experience. The quarterly online publication is primarily intended to keep health professionals up-to-date with potentially dangerous side-effects of drugs-informed doctors could then warn patients about possible problems. However, anyone is free to read, subscribe, and report reactions to the newsletter. E-mail cadrmp@hc-sc.gc.ca to subscribe or to report a reaction.

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