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Using Natural Language Processing to Extract Drug-Drug Interaction Information from Package Inserts
Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing
The package insert (aka drug product label) is the only publicly-available source of information on drug-drug interactions (DDIs) for some drugs, especially newer ones. Thus, an automated method for identifying DDIs in drug package inserts would be a potentially important complement to methods for identifying DDIs from other sources such as the scientific literature. To develop such an algorithm, we created a corpus of Federal Drug Administration approved drug package insert statements thatdblp:conf/bionlp/BoyceGH12 fatcat:r24zj7sdtvg4npbettk6hzyhui