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What is the mortality rate of those on concomitant use of Cymbalta and Savella?

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21 Jul 2012

While the 2 together can cause serotonin syndrome, and that can be fatal, I seriously doubt that there are any statistics on those two meds specifically. Savella hasn't been around for more then a few years.

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