"Drug Facts" Boxes Help Patients Make Intelligent Choices

Medical researchers are discovering that patients aren't quite as dumb and helpless about making intelligent and informed choices about medical treatments as many doctors have assumed over the years. Case in point: prescription drugs. Patients have proven their ability to make smart choices even in the face of complex pro and con information, as long as the data are presented in a straightforward way.

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