Thalidomide 50 mg: An Immunomodulatory Agent
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Thalidomide 50 mg is a medication introduced for treating a number of cancers (including MM), GvHD, and a number of skin conditions including complications of leprosy. While thalidomide 50 mg has been used in a number of HIV-associated conditions, such use is associated with increased levels of the virus. Thalidomide comes in the form of a capsule to be taken by mouth. It is usually administered with water once daily at bedtime and at least 60 minutes after an evening meal. In case you are taking this medicine for treating ENL, your healthcare professional may instruct you to administer it more than once daily, at least 60 minutes following meals. Take the thalidomide pills at around the same time(s) each day.