Corrections Policy

RxWiki strives to publish accurate and timely health news to our readers.  If we fail to meet your expectations, please see our policy regarding content corrections submissions.

  1. All inquiries regarding the veracity of specific elements of RxWiki stories are answered by an editor.
  2. The outcome of the findings is sent to the person that made the inquiry.
  3. If a correction is required, an updated version of the story is sent in the next scheduled feed for RxWiki and an email is sent to all clients, notifying them of the change.
  4. If the editors believe no change is necessary, a response is sent to the person who made the inquiry with an explanation.
Last Updated: October 1, 2012