Vfend Adds Candidiasis Indication; Label Notes QTc Effect Under 10 Msec
This article was originally published in Pharmaceutical Approvals Monthly
Revised Vfend labeling adding an esophageal candidiasis indication includes results of an FDA-requested study showing that the antifungal increases QTc by less than 10 milliseconds.
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