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Last Updated: 03 May 2022

Capmatinib is used to treat non-small cell lung cancer that has spread to other parts of the body or can not be eliminated with surgical treatment. Capmatinib is used only if your cancer has a specific genetic marker. Capmatinib may additionally be used for functions not noted in this drug guide. Both men and women using capmatinib should use efficient birth control to protect against pregnancy. Capmatinib can damage an expected infant if the mommy or papa is utilizing this medicine. Keep utilizing contraception for at least 1 week after your last dosage. If a pregnancy occurs while either the mom or the dad is using capmatinib, tell your medical professional right away. You may take capmatinib with or without food. If you vomit soon after taking capmatinib, do not take another dose. Wait till your next scheduled dosage time to take the medication again. Toss away any tablets that are left 6 weeks after you first opened up the container. Avoid the missed dose and use your following dose at the regular time.

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