As of October 12, writes Deepak Singh at b|b|g|m, PubMed has linked over 2 million citations to patient drug information. The data comes from MedMaster, publication of the American Society of Health-System Pharmacists (ASHP), and includes brand names and helpful information about the drug. Singh hopes that it will be a good resource for consumers, medical professionals, and scientists alike.

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