Regarding safety, AEs were found to be manageable and consistent with the mechanism of action of pemigatinib. The most common AE was hyperphosphatemia (60%), but no grade ≥3 cases were encountered. Hyperphosphatemia was managed with a low phosphate diet, phosphate binders, diuretics, and a reduction or interruption in the pemigatinib dose. Three patients required dose reductions/interruptions due to hyperphosphatemia.
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