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There is a risk of infusion reaction associated with administration of the study drug via IV infusion. The symptoms are similar to allergic reactions and may be clinically indistinguishable. They are generally mild-to-moderate in severity and usually occur within the first couple of hours, most often with the first infusion. If you have a very serious infusion reaction, there is a risk of death.