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pharmacoepidemiology

Definitions

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  • n. The study of the use and effects of drugs in large numbers of people.

Etymologies

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pharmaco- +‎ epidemiology

Examples

  • Nobody will be trying to make themselves shorter to lower their cancer risk, and the current results do not mean tall people need additional cancer screening, Eric Jacobs, strategic director for pharmacoepidemiology at the cancer society, said in a statement.

    Taller people at greater risk for cancer, study finds

  • Get Pharmacists Involved "Retail pharmacists appear to be able to play a really substantial role in encouraging patients to use their medications better," says William Shrank , an assistant professor of medicine in the division of pharmacoepidemiology at Brigham and Women's Hospital in Boston.

    How Can You Help the Medicine Go Down?

  • Commenting on the Harvard team's findings, Eric Jacobs, strategic director of pharmacoepidemiology at the American Cancer Society, called it a large, well-designed study.

    Could coffee lower men's risk for prostate cancer?

  • Eric Jacobs, strategic director of pharmacoepidemiology at the American Cancer Society, said that there is no evidence from this study that less frequent or shorter-term use might raise risk of these cancers.

    Study: Chronic Tylenol use may be linked to blood cancer

  • “The study was well designed but smaller than some previous studies that did not find a link between sugar-sweetened soft drinks and pancreatic cancer,” noted Eric Jacobs, strategic director of pharmacoepidemiology at the American Cancer Society.

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  • In fact, I teach students pharmacoepidemiology and attend pharmacoepidemiological conferences.

    On Thursday, the Legg report will be published along with...

  • "Results of this study support aspirin use for people with Lynch syndrome, in addition to regular colonoscopies as recommended by their health care provider," said Eric Jacobs, strategic director of pharmacoepidemiology for the American Cancer Society.

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  • "An important first step in the meeting was to evaluate the current evidence base for medication adherence," said William H. Shrank, MD, MSHS, division of pharmacoepidemiology, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Harvard Medical School.

  • "Nobody will be trying to make themselves shorter to lower their cancer risk, and the current results do not mean tall people need additional cancer screening," Eric Jacobs, strategic director for pharmacoepidemiology at the cancer society, said in a statement.

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

  • Eric Jacobs, strategic director of pharmacoepidemiology at the American Cancer Society, said that "this well-designed study adds to the evidence that long-term regular use of non-aspirin NSAIDs, such as ibuprofen or naproxen, may modestly increase risk of kidney cancer."

    Yahoo! News: Business - Opinion

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