Faslodex Adverse Reactions





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Adverse Reactions
This section provides information based on all adverse reactions from clinical trials, post-marketing studies or spontaneous reports. The most frequently reported adverse reactions are injection site reactions, asthenia, nausea, headache and increased hepatic enzymes (ALT, AST, ALP).
The following frequency categories for adverse drug reactions (ADRs) were calculated based on the Faslodex 500 mg treatment group in pooled safety analyses of studies that compared Faslodex 500 mg with Faslodex 250 mg [CONFIRM (Study D6997C00002), FINDER 1 (Study D6997C00004), FINDER 2 (Study D6997C00006), and NEWEST (Study D6997C00003) studies], or from FALCON (Study D699BC00001) alone that compared Faslodex 500 mg with anastrozole 1 mg. Where frequencies differ between the pooled safety analysis and FALCON, the highest frequency is presented. The frequencies in the following table were based on all reported adverse drug reactions, regardless of the investigator assessment of causality.
Adverse reactions listed as follows are classified according to frequency and System Organ Class (SOC). Frequency groupings are defined according to the following convention: Very common (≥1/10), Common ( ≥1/100 to <1/10), Uncommon (≥1/1,000 to <1/100). Within each frequency grouping adverse reactions are reported in order of decreasing seriousness. (See Table 3.)

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Description of selected adverse reactions: The descriptions included as follows are based on the safety analysis set of 228 patients who received at least one (1) dose of fulvestrant and 232 patients who received at least one (1) dose of anastrozole, respectively in the Phase 3 FALCON study.
Joint and musculoskeletal pain: In the FALCON study, the number of patients who reported an adverse reaction of joint and musculoskeletal pain was 65 (31.2%) and 48 (24.1%) for fulvestrant and anastrozole arms, respectively. Of the 65 patients in the Faslodex arm, 40% (26/65) of patients reported joint and musculoskeletal pain within the first month of treatment, and 66.2% (43/65) of patients within the first 3 months of treatment. No patients reported events that were CTCAE Grade ≥3 or that required a dose reduction, dose interruption, or discontinued treatment due to these adverse reactions.
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