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Uloric Info Set brings you news about Uloric, the American brand of febuxostat. Uloric is a recent addition to the range of gout medications that avoid gout by lowering uric acid. It offers great hope for gout patients who cannot tolerate allopurinol. As with any new gout treatment, Uloric is still being monitored for side-effects and other aspects of using it. So read Uloric Side Effects and Uloric Prescribing Label 2012.

I will report any relevant reports here, as I update the Uloric guidelines. You should also search for information under Uloric’s generic name – febuxostat.

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