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XELJANZ treatment should be interrupted if a patient develops a serious infection until the infection is controlled.
Interruption of dosing may be needed for management of dose-related laboratory abnormalities including lymphopenia, neutropenia, and anaemia. See tables in section 4.2 of the XELJANZ Summary of Product Characteristics for recommendations for temporary dose interruption or permanent discontinuation of treatment according to the severity of laboratory abnormalities.
Please refer to the XELJANZ Summary of Product Characteristics for full prescribing information
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