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August 2011

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Three Free Mobile Websites That Every MDACC Clinician Should Bookmark


Offers specific, detailed answers to clinical questions at the bedside. It covers over 8,500 topics in 17 medical specialties, plus graphics and links to Medline abstracts. UpToDate includes drug information and a drug interactions database through LexiComp.

Access UpToDate on your institutional BlackBerry by bookmarking this  
url: iPhone or Android users can access UpToDate on campus, but must sign in remotely when off-campus. UpToDate is free to all MD Anderson employees.

PubMed for Handhelds

A Web site for searching MEDLINE® with the Web browser of any mobile device.

Access PubMed for Handhelds from any Smartphone by bookmarking this address If you have an institutional Blackberry, you can access free full-text articles from anywhere.  iPhone and Android users must sign in remotely to access full-text articles off-campus.

Research Medical Library’s Mobile Website

Bookmark our mobile website to quickly access PubMed or UpToDate.

Bookmark this site from your Blackberry, iPhone or Android

For more mobile websites and apps, check out our mobile resources lists:

Search for Clinical Trials Information at currently contains 110,965 trials sponsored by the National Institutes of Health, other federal agencies, and private industry. Studies listed in the database are conducted in all 50 States and in 174 countries receives over 50 million page views per month 65,000 visitors daily.

Results are reported in a standard, tabular format that consists of the following:

  • Participant Flow
  • Baseline Characteristics
  • Outcome Measures and Statistical Analyses
  • Adverse Events Information
  • Administrative Information

Information is provided and updated by the sponsor or principal investigator of the clinical study and the web site is maintained by the U.S. National Library of Medicine (NLM) at the National Institutes of Health (NIH).

To find clinical trials at MD Anderson, search for MD Anderson, investigator, or identifying number.

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