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How do I cite Facts & Comparisons in a bibliography?

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You should cite these as if they were chapters in a serialized book. Here's an example from Facts:

Minoxidil. Drug Facts and Comparisons. Drug Facts and Comparisons 4.0 [online]. 2005. Available from Wolters Kluwer Health, Inc. Accessed August 8, 2005.

And here's the formula:

Monograph title. Specific database title. Database platform [online]. Year published. Available from publisher. Accessed date.

See our Citing Special Sources guide for information on citing other drug databases.

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