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This site contains information on skin, mouth and hair changes (known as adverse reactions) that can sometimes occur with a particular type of cancer drug, known as multikinase inhibitors. This section is for patients receiving the following cancer treatments only: Cabometyx®/ Cometriq® (cabozantinib), Caprelsa® (vandetanib), Glivec®/ Gleevec® / Imatinib® (imatinib), Lenvima®/ Kisplyx® (lenvatinib), Nexavar® (sorafenib), Rydapt® (midostaurin), Sprycel® (dasatinib), Stivarga® (regorafenib), Sutent® (sunitinib) and Votrient® (pazopanib). Here, we aim to bring you important information on how you can work with your doctor/nurse to manage skin, mouth and hair adverse reactions to your cancer treatment.

Important to Know
A list of general facts and recommendations on adverse reactions associated with multikinase inhibitors

Skin, Nail, Hair and Mouth Changes
A description of the different adverse reactions that can appear with multikinase inhibitors

DOs and DON’Ts
Practical tips on managing these adverse reactions

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