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Center Watch - lists over 7,000 clinical trials that are testing new prescription medicines and treatments. Nearly all the trials are recruiting patients and often pay them for participating; you can even enroll in many of the clinical trials by E-mail. 

Food and Drug Administration (FDA) - the federal FDA's Office of Women's Health is sponsoring a national campaign called "Take Time to Care" that aims to educate women about the safe use of medicine. 

Rx List - offers information on the 200 most-prescribed prescription medicines and describes their side effects, clinical studies, and dosage information. Also describes which health insurance companies carry these medicines on their lists of preferred medicines (called "formularies"). 

The leading new online pharmacies through which you can fill new and refill prescription medicines are listed below. Most feature a pharmacist on duty 24 hours a day. If harmful interactions among your prescription medicines might occur, a pharmacist will contact you. 

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