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EMA Committee Urges Warning About Hep B Reactivation In Patients Taking DAAs

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The European Medicines Agency’s pharmacovigilance committee wants manufacturers of the direct-acting antivirals for hepatitis C to include a warning about the possibility of hepatitis B reactivation in patients who carry both viruses.

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