Colcrys Dosage: Status October 19 2012

Recent requests for Colcrys Dosage information prompt today’s Status Update:

The Colcrys dosage investigation strongly advises against colchicine usage when it is not needed.

More than ever before, now that colchicine is so expensive when bought as Colcrys, rheumatologists advise against inappropriate use as a preventative.

They recommend only using it as a preventative during the early months of uric acid lowering therapy.

Colcrys Dosage: Status Takeaway

Do not use Colcrys unnecessarily.

If you must use it, make sure your Colcrys dosage follows latest guidelines for colchicine use.

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