BMS revises hepatitis B therapy warning label

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The FDA reports that Bristol-Myers Squibb has revised hepatitis B therapy Baraclude's boxed warning labeling to caution against its use in HIV/hepatitis B virus co-infected patients who are not also receiving highly active antiretroviral therapy due to the potential for developing HIV resistance.

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