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Des essais cliniques internationaux, dont certains menés au Canada, sont interrompus en raison de réactions indésirables graves liées au médicament Zydelig pris en association avec d’autres médicaments contre le cancer

20 Mars 2016 – Ce message vient de Santé Canada et se reflète dans leur formulation:

Santé Canada informe les Canadiens et les professionnels de la santé de l’interruption de quatre essais cliniques canadiens portant sur le médicament contre le cancer Zydelig (idélalisib) pris en association d’autres médicaments anticancéreux,

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