9 Commonly Asked Questions About Spinraza

What are the risks associated with Spinraza?
Some of the risks associated with Spinraza are an increased risk of bleeding and an increased risk of kidney damage. Patients should have blood and urine tests before beginning treatment and before each dose to monitor risks.

What are the possible side effects of Spinraza?
Some of the possible side effects of Spinraza include respiratory infections, lung collapse, headaches, constipation, and post-lumbar puncture syndrome.

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