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Finalisation de l’évaluation européenne de l’impact du risque d’acidocétose diabétique sur le rapport bénéfice/risque des inhibiteurs SGLT2

23 Février 2016 – Ce message vient de l’ANSM et se reflète dans leur formulation concernant la finalisation de l’évaluation européenne de l’impact du risque d’acidocétose diabétique sur le rapport bénéfice/risque des inhibiteurs du co-transporteur sodium – glucose de type 2 (SGLT2) (canaglifozine, dapaglifozine, empaglifozine,

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Finalisation de l’arbitrage concernant le médicament TYSABRI (natalizumab) sur le risque de leucoencéphalopathie multifocale progressive (LEMP)

23 Février 2016 – Ce message vient de l’ANSM et se reflète dans leur formulation:

Lors de sa réunion mensuelle, du 8 au 11 février 2016 à Londres, le Comité pour l’Evaluation des Risques en matière de Pharmacovigilance (PRAC) de l’Agence européenne des médicaments (EMA) a finalisé la revue des données concernant le risque de leucoencéphalopathie multifocale progressive (LEMP) associé à TYSABRI (natalizumab).

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Le PRAC poursuit la revue des données sur le risque de LEMP associé à Tysabri (natalizumab)

07 Janvier 2016 – Ce message vient de l’ANSM et se reflète dans leur formulation:

Lors de sa réunion mensuelle, qui s’est tenue du 30 novembre au 3 décembre 2015 à Londres, le Comité pour l’Evaluation des Risques en matière de Pharmacovigilance (PRAC) de l’Agence européenne des médicaments (EMA) a poursuivi la revue des données concernant le risque de leucoencéphalopathie multifocale progressive (LEMP) associé à Tysabri (natalizumab).

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