Zelboraf/how To Combat Joint Pain

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Bruce Davis Says:


I've been taking Zelboraf for about 2 weeks and have severe joint pain. I'm looking for a way to combat the joint pain as am very active and still work.



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Verwon Says:

Have you consulted your doctor?

Zelboraf contains the active ingredient Vemurafenib and is used to treat late stage Melanoma.

In light of your medical condition and being on such a medication for it, only a doctor will be able to properly advise of what you can try for the side effects.

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