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By Mark Davis
The nation founders, the Lone Star State thrives
Topic - Ahmed Abbasi
Experiencing nausea, headaches or other side effects from prescriptions or over-the-counter medicines?
Since the Internet is teeming with spam aimed at exploiting medical fears, selling unregulated remedies or promoting illegal online pharmaceutical sales, Abbasi said researchers will weed out fake medical websites with a fraudulent website detection system co-developed by members of the team.
Abbasi said their data mining of online sources was able to identify patients experiencing tendon ruptures after using the popular antibiotic Cipro at least two years before the FDA issued its most urgent "black box" warning for the drug and similar antibiotics in 2008.