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The International Coalition for Drug Awareness is a non-profit advocacy group founded in 1997 with the goal of increasing awareness of the adverse effects of prescription drugs. The group's director is Ann Blake Tracy, a campaigner against of antidepressants, and the coalition operates from her home in West Jordan, Utah, USA.
The International Coalition for Drug Awareness aims to inform physicians and patients of adverse reaction reports, and to increase awareness of approved versus off-label uses. It advocates improved tracking and reporting of patient reactions for new drugs after their introduction into the market. It aims to act as a watchdog over the U.S. Food and Drug Administration as well as drug-monitoring bodies internationally, lobbying for the removal of licensing from drugs with a poor safety record.
The director, Ann Blake-Tracy, had her PhD revoked by the George Wythe University in 2012 due to concerns of obtaining her PhD through favoritism.