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What if copaxone is injected into a vein?


kaismama 10 June 2014

It shouldn't happen accidently because you're not at an angle to do that. It would mean rapid absorbtion, and possible enhancement of the post injection side effects, like palpitations, chest pain, flushing, shortness of breath etc.

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