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Molecularly targeted therapy has become widely used in clinical settings over the last decade. Although it was initially expected that molecularly targeted drugs have fewer side effects, it is becoming increasingly apparent that molecularly targeted drugs have an unanticipated repertoire of side effects. Some side effects are serious, some are manageable, some are rare, and some are frequent. Some may affect individuals with predisposing factors. In this minireview, we briefly summarize how thedoi:10.1248/jhs.55.338 fatcat:pqabedktnfh6tlgbidgpntx2t4