EMD Serono is committed to provide clear and timely safety information on the use of Cladribine Tablets in the treatment of relapsing forms of multiple sclerosis (MS), to include relapsing-remitting disease and active secondary progressive disease, in adults. This website is intended as one of many channels through which we will be providing up-to-date safety data to healthcare professionals. Further safety data will also be communicated through publications and presentations at major MS congresses.
This website is not a comprehensive source of safety information on Cladribine Tablets, and currently only provides information previously published in manuscripts or presented at MS congresses. The US Prescribing Information is the primary source of information on the known and potential risks associated with Cladribine Tablets.
Robust global systems are in place to continuously monitor the safety of a drug from the time it is first evaluated in clinical studies through commercialization. All adverse event reports received by EMD Serono are reviewed, assessed, and due diligence is performed. The reports are then submitted to regulatory authorities as per legal and regulatory requirements.
Currently, we update the website after major MS congresses or when significant new data is available.
For more information, you may also call EMD Serono Medical Information at 1-888-275-7376, visit medical.emdserono.com or contact your EMD Serono Medical representative.
You may contact the US Product Surveillance Adverse Event Reporting at 1-800-283-8088 ext. 5563, call EMD Serono Medical Information at +1 888-275-7376, visit medical.emdserono.com, contact your EMD Serono Medical representative or FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088 or www.fda.gov/medwatch in order to report adverse events in patients treated with Cladribine Tablets.