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By Lisa Richwine WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Scientists will search for better and earlier signs that a patient is likely to respond to a cancer-fighting drug, or suffer toxic side effects, under a U.S. program announced on Tuesday.
U.S. health officials announced Wednesday a major overhaul of the package inserts that accompany prescription drugs. It's hoped that the changes, designed to be easier to read and understand, will benefit not only doctors and other health-care workers, but consumers as well, officials said at a news conference.
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