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Molnupiravir: mutagenic, carcinogenic, authorized in the UK
Goldstein, L., TrialSite News (Review) (News)
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Discussion of concerns with molnupiravir and the MOVe-OUT trial. Author notes that results showing bone marrow toxicity in dogs were mentioned in this preprint [medrxiv.org], but removed from the journal version [journals.asm.org]. Some additional details were provided by the UK regulator:
“Reversible, dose-related bone marrow toxicity affecting all haematopoietic cell lines was observed in dogs at ≥17 mg/kg/day (0.4 times the human NHC exposure at the recommended human dose (RHD)).” [gov.uk]
For those without TrialSite News access, this article can also be found at [defyccc.com].
Goldstein et al., 6 Nov 2021, preprint, 1 author.
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