Ali's walking stick
Active ingredients: eurycoma longifolia
Experience matters! A new approach to health care:
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Analysis tools (to study 526 million drug outcomes from FDA)
- Check symptoms - identify the cause of a symptom: from a drug or from a condition?
- Check drugs - find out common side effects or drug interactions of my drugs.
- Compare drugs - compare the side effects and efficacy of multiple drugs side by side.
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- Will you have Disease Progression with Diazepam?
- Will you have Platelet Count Decreased with Adderall 30?
- Will you have Keratosis - Actinic (Solar) with Xanax?
- Will you have Dizziness with Dry Hair?
- Will you have Abscess Bacterial with Allopurinol?
Active Support Groups
- Support group for people who take Diazepam and have Disease Progression?
- Support group for people who take Adderall 30 and have Platelet Count Decreased?
- Support group for people who take Xanax and have Keratosis - Actinic (Solar)?
- Support group for people who have Dry Hair and Dizziness?
- Support group for people who take Allopurinol and have Abscess Bacterial?
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