Lorlatinib is a cancer-fighting drug called antineoplastic. It inhibits the growth of cancer cells, causing them to be eliminated by the body.
Tablets of Lornib are intended to be swallowed after they have been prepared. It is recommended to take it once daily, either with or without food. Always take your dose of Lornib at approximately the same time each day.
Carefully follow the advice on the label of your medication, and if there is anything on the label that you do not understand, ask your physician or pharmacist to clarify it to you. Follow the dosing instructions for Lornib very carefully. You should not take more or less of it, and you should not take it more frequently than your doctor has recommended.
Do not take another dose of the drug if you experience nausea or vomiting after taking the previous one. Keep taking your doses at the scheduled intervals.
Do not divide, chew, or crush the pills; they should be taken in their entirety. Tablets that have previously been broken or cracked should not be taken.
Depending on the severity of the adverse effects you are experiencing, your physician may reduce your dosage, suspend your treatment temporarily, or even terminate it altogether. During your treatment with Lornib, you should make it a point to keep your physician updated on how you are feeling.
You can obtain a copy of the manufacturer's information for the patient by asking your pharmacist or your doctor for it.