Off-label use means that an approved drug is used in a way that is not approved by the FDA. This may include: use of a medication for an unapproved indication or disease use of a medication at an unapproved dose use of a medication in an unapproved dosage form Consider asking your doctor about off-label use of medications that you are prescribed.
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