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Fluoroquinolones Get New Safety Labeling, But Not A REMS

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Risk of disabling, potentially permanent serious side effects that can occur together will be added to Cipro, Levaquin labels along with limitation against use for some self-limiting conditions unless there are no alternative treatments.

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