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Last Updated: 02 May 2022

Tepotinib is used to treat a certain type of non-small cell lung cancer that has a specific genetic marker. Tepotinib was accepted by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on an "increased" basis. Tepotinib might additionally be used for functions not listed in this drug overview. Both males and females using tepotinib needs to use reliable birth control to stop maternity. Tepotinib can damage a coming child if the mom or daddy is using this medicine. If a maternity occurs while either the papa or the mom is using tepotinib, inform your physician right away. Take with food at the same time each day. If you throw up quickly after taking tepotinib, do not take another dose. Wait up until your next arranged dosage time to take the medication again. Store the tablets in the aluminum foil blister pack at area temperature level, away from moisture and warmth. Use the medicine as quickly as you can, but skip the missed dosage if your next dose schedules in less than 8 hours.

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