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Tocilizumab (Actemra): Tödlich für gewisse Patienten

22. März 2018 – In einer lapidaren Dear Healthcare Professional Communication (DHPC) informiert die Zulassungsinhaberin Roche Pharma (Schweiz) AG  in Absprache mit Swissmedic, dass nach der Markteinführung von Tocilizumab (Actemra) Meldungen über interstitielle Lungenerkrankungen (einschliesslich Pneumonitis und Lungenfibrose), von denen einige tödlich verliefen,

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