Husband Just Began Taking Vismodegib

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Nancy Says:


My husband has just started taking vismodegib almost a week ago. We are concerned about the side effects. So far he is doing great. Does anyone have any advice or want to share how they are doing on it?
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Verwon Says:

This drug was just approved to treat BCC in January of 2012, so it's still very new and I don't think it's in wide use yet, since this is the first post I've read about it.

Did he have any problems, so far?

Here's the current information on it:

You can learn more Vismogedib details here.

As you can see it's pretty limited.

It's the first of this type to ever be approved.

Is anyone else taking it?

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