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France Warns Of Serious Complications Related To OTC Ibuprofen Use

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French medicines regulator ANSM warns that use of certain OTC NSAIDs increases the risk of serious complications when suffering from a minor infection. The agency is advising consumers not to use iburofen or ketoprofen to treat pain or fever, and to instead opt for paracetamol. 

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