The FDA should adopt the Drug Facts Box format as its standard.
— FDA Risk Advisory Committee
 
...the Panel identified drug fact boxes as the most promising innovation in health product risk communication.
— Council of Canadian Academics

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informulary co-founders

informulary co-founders

It can be hard to find balanced information about prescription drugs.  Consumers see $4 billion of direct-to-consumer advertising annually, but ads rarely reveal how well the drugs work.  Even the professional literature - often influenced by drug companies - may “spin” the evidence to make drugs look as good and safe as possible.  At Informulary, we go to the FDA itself and summarize the key evidence so you can learn what prescription drugs really can and cannot do.

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The DrugFactsBox is our flagship product, a simple summary of the benefits and side effects of a drug displayed so you can easily access it and learn at-a-glance.

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Informulary team at work

Informulary team at work

The Informulary team, led by Dr. Woloshin & Dr. Schwartz, is made up of seasoned physician-researchers at Dartmouth Medical School, entrepreneurs, professors, hospital leaders, and budding doctors. 

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