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Medical Research: What You Need To Know  

A resource guide for health consumers
Last Updated: Nov 19, 2014 URL: Print Guide RSS UpdatesEmail Alerts

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Are you looking for a medical research article that was discussed on the evening news?

Do you want to learn how new medications are evaluated before they are approved for use?

What exactly is the meaning of the medical term your doctor recently plain language?

What guidelines should you use when evaluating medical research reports in the media?

This Medical Research Subject Guide for health consumers offers information on these topics, and related topics, to help you understand reports about medical research you hear every day that may affect your health or the health of your family.


Since this resource guide is a publication of Healthnet: Connecticut Consumer Information Network, a program of the Lyman Maynard Stowe Library, UCONN Health, it includes Connecticut as well as national resources when they are available.

Although advertisements may appear on some Internet websites in the Guide, the University of Connecticut Health Center Library makes no recommendations for these products or services nor endorses them.


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