Actually, that information is already available in the Drugs@FDA database. You can use Drugs@FDA to find: labels for drug products; if there are generic versions of a drug available; therapeutically equivalent drug products; consumer information for drugs; all drugs with a specific active ingredient; the approval history of a drug, including approval letters and review documents; and more. The database includes most of the drug products approved since 1939 and has drug labels, patient information, approval letters, and other information for most drug products approved since 1998.
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