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SOTOXY is a drug commonly used to treat adults who have advanced non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) that has spread to other parts of the body or is resistant to surgery. Those who have received at least one prior treatment for cancer and whose tumor includes an abnormal KRAS G12C gene.
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A certain kind of lung cancer can be remedied with the help of the medication SOTOXY (non-small cell lung cancer - NSCLC). It accomplishes this by inhibiting or reducing the rate at which cancer cells replicate.
An acrylamide-derived KRAS inhibitor called SOTOXY was created by Yangon Pharmaceuticals It was also given the name AMG-510. Adult patients who have non-small cell lung cancer and have the KRAS G12C mutation are the ones who benefit from treatment with this drug.
More than half of all other KRAS mutations may be traced back to this specific mutation. SOTOXY is an inhibitor that is currently being developed for colorectal and appendix cancer.
Take this medicine by mouth as your doctor tells you, usually once a day. You can take it with or without food. Take the pills as a whole. You shouldn't chew, crush, or break the pills.
If you have trouble swallowing the tablet whole, put it in a cup with 4 ounces (120 milliliters) of non-carbonated water at room temperature. Mix the tablet well until it breaks up into small pieces. The tablet won't break up all the way. Don't break up the pill or heat the mixture. Drink the whole mixture right away or within 2 hours without chewing. After drinking the mixture, rinse the cup with another half glass of water (4 ounces/120 milliliters) and drink the rinse water to make sure you get all of the drugs. If you are not going to drink the mixture right away, stir it before you drink it.
How much you take depends on how sick you are and how well you respond to treatment. Don't take this drug more often or for longer than your doctor tells you to. Your condition won't get better any faster, and the chance of getting side effects will go up.
Consult your doctor if you get any adverse effects
There is a possibility that you will experience weariness, muscle or joint discomfort, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, or constipation. Tell your doctor immediately as soon as possible if any of these side effects continue or become worse.
People who use this drug could have some really unpleasant side effects. However, your physician has decided to prescribe this medication to you because he or she believes that the potential benefits of doing so outweigh the potential dangers of doing so. It's possible that your risk will go down if your doctor keeps a close eye on you.
Inform your physician as soon as possible if you experience any serious adverse effects, such as evidence of liver disease (including persistent nausea and vomiting, loss of appetite, stomach/abdominal discomfort, yellowing eyes and skin, and dark urine), swelling of the hands, ankles, and feet.
Inform your healthcare provider or pharmacist if you are allergic to Sotorasib, or if you have any additional allergies before beginning treatment with Sotorasib. There is a possibility that this product contains inactive substances, which, if present, could result in allergic responses or other complications. Discuss the matter further with your pharmacist for further information.
Inform your doctor or pharmacist of your complete medical history before beginning treatment with this drug, especially if you have a history of liver problems.