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anticancer drug

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anticancer drug

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They found that after a follow-up period of 12 years, the mean cumulative cost increase was 37 percent, including all the injectable anticancer drugs.
The dynamic development of anticancer drugs stems from various factors, mainly:
Although anticancer drugs are generally prescribed by specialists, patients with cancer often rely on their general practitioners to prescribe supportive therapy (e.
It said the results of the study can be used to adjust dosages of anticancer drugs according to patients' TATA box types.
According to PharmaMar, Aplidin is its second most advanced anticancer drug that is currently under development for the treatment of multiple myeloma and angioimmunoblastic T-cell lymphoma.
As a result, composite nanofibers of poly (lactic acid)/polyethylene glycol/multi-walled carbon nanotubes containing doxorubicin anticancer drug was produced in the end.
However, biological variations among patients - due to variations in stomach acidity and other factors - can reduce the effectiveness of oral anticancer drugs.
Debiopharm developed, for example, the blockbuster anticancer drug Eloxatin(r) (oxaliplatin) and has shown that it can bring drugs to the market successfully.
The researchers also found that healthy mice given the anticancer drug cisplatin died an average of 102 days earlier than the control group.
Extracting the lifesaving anticancer drug paclitaxel--better known by its brand name, Taxol--could cause less of an impact on the environment now that significant amounts of the drug have been found in the bark, leaves, limbs, shells, and fruit of the hazelnut tree.
When the drug "links" with the folate receptor, EC0489 delivers a potent anticancer drug into the cancer cell.