Parents Wants More Information About Drug Side Effects

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By Molly Grady

A British study found that communication between doctors and the parents of young patients needs improvement.

Researchers interviewed the parents of 44 children who had a suspected adverse drug reaction.

They found that most of the parents in their study were dissatisfied with the information they received from their doctors and nurses about side-effects.

 



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