The adverse events that were reported were generally mild and transient and were similar between subjects treated with efinaconazole solution 10% and vehicle. Local site reactions were infrequently reported (e.g., dermatitis), and appeared to be more likely to occur with efinaconazole treatment (2%).
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These forward-looking statements relate to, among other things, the efficacy of efinaconazole, the approval, if any, of efinaconazole by FDA or other similar regu
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