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Lundbeck Onfi Gets Dermatological Warning, Bigger Marketing Challenge

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Labeling for Eisai’s Banzel, which also has an indication limited to Lennox-Gastaut syndrome, does not mention Stevens-Johnson syndrome or toxic epidermal necrolysis cited in the Onfi warning.

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