Azathioprine, Used to Treat IBD, Linked to Skin Cancer, Researchers Warn

Azathioprine, Used to Treat IBD, Linked to Skin Cancer, Researchers Warn
Azathioprine, used to treat inflammatory bowel disease, arthritis, and other conditions, has been linked to the development of skin cancer in a group of patients. In the study “The genomic landscape of cutaneous SCC reveals drivers and a novel azathioprine associated mutational signature,” researchers recommend that sun protection, skin surveillance, and early identification and removal

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