Korea To Limit Olmutinib Usage, Monitor All Patients
After distributing safety letters on several cases of serious adverse skin reactions that occurred during the clinical development of Hanmi’s olmutinib, South Korean authorities have decided to limit the EGFR inhibitor to consenting patients and are closely monitoring its use.
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