Medicines can cause side effects. The majority of these are identified at the clinical investigation stages and can be found in the package leaflet of a medicine. Despite the extensive clinical research and multiple reviewing stages, not all side effects are always discovered. Unknown side effects can occur when a medicine is used more often, over a longer period of time and by a large patient population. In the healthcare sector, we call these ‘adverse events’.
Reporting any adverse events - even if they may not be related to the use of a medicine – is of vital importance for all patients’ safety. These reports help the manufacturer of a medicine to understand the cause of such effects and respond efficiently where necessary.
Galapagos consistently collates and reviews product safety information received from clinical trials and post-marketing activities. The information received is evaluated on an ongoing basis, ensuring a continuing safety surveillance of our products.
If you experienced or became aware of an adverse event related to Jyseleca®, please report these as soon as possible by mailing our Drug Safety Team at DrugSafety.UK.Ireland@glpg.com. You will receive a mail confirming your entry.
Important Note: Patients should always ask their physician for medical advice as soon as possible when confronted with adverse events.
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