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Australia sees TNF-inhibitor link with lupus

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Executive Summary

Australia's adverse drug reactions advisory committee (ADRAC) says TNF-inhibitors have made up 35 of the 87 adverse drug reactions reports (40%) of drug-induced lupus erythematosus or DILE-like symptoms it has received since 2003 when the first of these drugs was included on the state-funded pharmaceutical benefits scheme (PBS).



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