Stevens-Johnson Syndrome and Severe Anaemia: A Case of Toxicity Induced by Vemurafenib plus Cobimetinib following Pembrolizumab for Metastatic Melanoma
Keywords:anemia, cobimetinib, melanoma, Stevens-Johnson syndrome, pembrolizumab, vemurafenib
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