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Who should not take chloramphenicol sodium succinate?

Chloramphenicol sodium succinate should not be taken by people allergic to the medication. It should also not be used by people with minor infections, such as cold, flu or sore throat, or by people with kidney problems, liver disease, anemia or bone marrow problems. People seeking to prevent bacterial infections should not use chloramphenicol sodium succinate.

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