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EMA’s PRAC issues new safety information for healthcare professionals

As part of its advice on safety-related aspects to European
Medicines Agency committees stemming from its June 7-10 meetings,
the Pharmacovigilance Risk Assessment Committee
(PRAC) discussed direct healthcare professional
communications (DHPCs) containing important information for
Neofordex (dexamethasone) and Xalkori (crizotinib).

Xalkori: Vision disorders, including risk of severe
visual loss, need for monitoring in pediatric patients


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