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Cytarabine Liposomal Injection Medication
Anti-Leukemic Drugs: Anthracyclines like Daunorubicin or Idarubicin are frequently used with ara-c as part of initial (induction) therapy for acute myeloid leukemia. Mitoxantrone (less cardiotoxic) can be substituted for these drugs in elderly patients. Etoposide has also been added as a third agent in more refractory or relapsed cases. Vincristine, prednisone, l-asparaginase are used more in acute lymphoid leukemias. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Depocyt allergy: Depocyt (Cytarabine) is a chemotherapy medication that is used for the treatment of I leukemia. An allergy occurs when your body’s immune system creates antibodies to a foreign substance causing a reaction that can be mild to severe. For potential adverse effects see: http://www.rxlist.com/depocyt-drug.htm ...Read more
Ara-C & daunorubicin: Combination of ara-c and Daunorubicin is used to treat acute leukemia. They may cause nasuea, vomiting, hair loss, weakness, supression to bone marrow, infection, diarrhea, headache, etc a detail discussion with your oncologist has to be done prior to administration of these drugs. See more here:http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682222.Html;. ...Read more
Cytarabine: Cytarabine is in a class of medications called antimetabolites. It works by slowing or stopping the growth of cancer cells in your body.It is used in combination with other chemotherapy to treat acute leukemia. See more here: http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682222.Html. ...Read more
Cytarabine: Cytarabine is in a class of medications called antimetabolites. It works by slowing or stopping the growth of cancer cells in your body. It is used in combination with other cheotherapy to treat aute leukemia.Discuss further with you roncologist and see more here: http://www.Nlm.Nih.Gov/medlineplus/druginfo/meds/a682222.Html. ...Read more
Many cancers: Cytarabine (also known as ara-c) is a very important and widely used chemotherapy agent. It is used in leukemia treatment, as well as for solid tumors. It works by inhibiting dna synthesis in such a way that cancer cells are unable to repair the damage cause by the drug, but normal cells can recover. ...Read more
Best first-line treatment for mantle cell lymphoma now: high doses of ara-c+rituximab and autologous sc transplant, or rituximab+bendamustine?
There is no: Definitive answer to your question. Studies have compared the strategies you mention. The high dose ara-c arm was closed because it was difficult to mobilize stem cells for transplant after these regimens. Bendamustine-r is a good program, and many centers would consolidate a good response with an autograft. ...Read more
Call manufacturer: Each manufacturer has its own formulations. Often it's proprietary, and a secret on how they do it differently from their competition. Call and find out how the company you like best does it. See what they say! ...Read more
Fool's gimmick: You're only 18 years old and probably have a good heart. The "healing miracle" claims made for this particular stuff ("Cure for Ebola!") can't possibly be true. At your age, you don't want to believe that the world is so full of money-making fakery -- but it is. Talk with a science teacher at your school for guidance in recognizing obvious untruths -- for the sake of your survival in a bad world. ...Read more
Probably yes: but don't take what you don't need ...Read more
To increase Glutathione levels in body - please rank in terms of efficiency e.g. 80% or whatever - Acetyle Glutathione, Liposomal Glutathione, IV.
No one really knows: I don't think there's been enough research for anyone to answer your question. One small study suggests Acetyl Glutathione may be more effective than IV Glutathione- see http://www.nleducation.co.uk/resources/reviews/oral-glutathione-equivalent-to-iv-therapy/ Both Liposomal & Acetyl Glutathione are well-absorbed & effective; I have not seen any studies comparing these so no one can say for sure. ...Read more
Can liposomal glutathione inhibit the absorption of methylphenidate, or facilitate its elimination from the body?
No but not proved: to help , nothing is proved to help by the fda, glutathione the natural antioxidant is in the liver, and foods absorb this bets like avacodoes but the amphetamines like methylphenidate are stimulants , most people do not need this btu side effects are liked so use it and addiction possible , better to go natural route in ,most case; sleep , eat well , less stress , discipline, concentrate ect. ...Read more
Was on Taxol and didn't work now going on doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) is that......Going to help?
If you have kaposi's sarcoma and are given doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) chemo is amputation still an option?
Sure but..: Sure, amputation will still be an option- if nothing works. However, as much as possible , we try to avoid it...That is why we give chemo--like Doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) etc. There are some other chemo can be used if Doxil (liposomal doxorubicin) does not work- for example- paclitaxel, docetaxel, navelbine-- and off course, continue your HIV meds. Discuss further with your oncologist regarding treatment options. ...Read more
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