US FDA Eyes Ocular Risks With GlaxoSmithKline’s Myeloma Drug Belantamab
Heading into an advisory committee review, agency suggests belantamab’s risks of keratopathy and other ocular issues have not been fully characterized and questions whether the proposed mitigation measures, including dosing modifications, are adequate.
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