FDA, Safety

FDA sounds the alarm on Pfizer’s blockbuster Xeljanz after a high dose was linked to a higher death rate, blood clots

The FDA is sounding a formal warning about the potential safety hazard posed by a high dose of Pfizer’s blockbuster Xeljanz, taking a move that could put a serious crimp in its blockbuster sales revenue.

Their statement today includes:

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