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Note to Researchers: Good researchers use MULTIPLE SOURCES and EVALUATE them for credibility, relevance, authority, accuracy, and purpose (CRAAP Test). Every website you use as a source needs to be evaluated by YOU to insure that it lives up to the research standards required. 

The following websites have been vetted by your librarian, however, any outside links from these sites need to be evaluated.

  • FDA: Science & Research: Biologics
    FDA's Center for Biologics Evaluation & Research (CBER) - This is an excellent resource for delving into Biologics research including information on the Biologics Industry.
  • Medline Plus - Biologics
    Health topics and trusted medical information for consumers from the National Library of Medicine. NO ADS!
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    " is the largest, most widely visited, independent medicine information website available on the Internet. Our aim is to be the Internet’s most trusted resource for drug and related health information. We will achieve this aim by presenting independent, objective, comprehensive and up-to-date information in a clear and concise format for both consumers and healthcare professionals."

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