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Naproxen Directly Linked To GI Bleeding In 32% Of Cases Reviewed By FDA

This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet

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Nearly one-third of gastrointestinal hemorrhage cases related to OTC naproxen sodium use did not involve additional risk factors, FDA reports in a recently released postmarketing safety review
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