Glaxo Adds Alli Warning Label In Europe
This article was originally published in The Tan Sheet
The European Union health authority recommended GlaxoSmithKline add a warning to alli nonprescription weight-loss drug, advising patients taking levothyroxine or antiepileptic drugs, or those with kidney disease, to consult a doctor before using
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