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September 13, 2007



Hello enhatstraurne!
As you ask...part of article:

Clinical trials are underway to investigate the potential of Velcade in additional settings and in combination with other anti-cancer drugs to enhance treatment effects or reverse resistance(v).

Velcade has a well-defined safety profile and a favourable benefit-risk ratio. The most common side effects reported with Velcade include fatigue, gastrointestinal adverse events, transient thrombocytopenia and neuropathy, which is reversible in the majority of patients.


You can be lucky!!!


I am here at a forum newcomer. Until I read and deal with the forum.
Let's learn!

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