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Silly question really, had we had one, the odds are that we wouldn't be on here...

November 17 2007 at 7:17 PM
And the answer is...er, DOH... 


Response to Genotyping patient ONCE with results kept on medical record would help save lives...

because GPs (and/or psychiatrists) would have been aware that ADRs depend a great deal on CYP450 metabolism and would (WE HOPE) have been far more cautious about prescribing drugs using that enzyme system after checking our medical records.

“We keep watch over medicines and devices, and we take any necessary action to protect the public promptly if there is a problem.” MHRA

Gee, thanks for your prompt action in protecting the public MHRA.  When WILL that action be happening btw?


 
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