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Developing novel methods to study drug safety and effectiveness
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McGill University Health Centre

Archive for July, 2018

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Q# 17-05: Comparative Effectiveness and Safety of Biosimilars and Legacy Drugs   In Canada, and worldwide, there is a need for updated, independent, real-world comparative effectiveness and safety data related to biologic drugs including biosimilar drugs.   CAN-AIM has recently been awarded DSEN funds to study this important issue. The request for these data came […]

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Q# 16-09: Fluconazole and Risk Fetal Events during¬†Pregnancy This project aims to investigate the association between use of fluconazole, a systemic azole antifungal drug treating vulvovaginal candidiasis, during pregnancy and the risk of spontaneous abortion, still birth or major birth defects/congenital malformations and under what conditions these situations occur (timing [first, second or third trimester, […]

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