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  • n. toxicity that affects the liver


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  • Available for start date of Sept 2010, a funded PhD studentship to investigate the cellular function of the novel globin cytoglobin in drug induced hepatoxicity.

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  • Debate centered on safety issues surrounding the drug: bleeding risks, whether there is a signal for hepatoxicity with rivaroxaban, whether rebound thrombotic events will occur with the withdrawal of drug, and other concerns about the risks of long-term administration and / or off-label use.

  • Johnson & Johnson has recently submitted six-month data from the ATLAS trial to the FDA, which was discussed in detail at the meeting and which the company said reassuringly found no evidence of any hepatoxicity with rivaroxaban, and no signal for rebound thrombotic events.

  • Additionally, the precaution about hepatoxicity has been updated and moved to the warnings section from the precaution section of the label. - medical news plus CME for physicians


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