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How Dangerous Is Exposure To Cytotoxic Drugs
Is it possible for brief but direct exposure to toxic pest-control chemicals cause acute myelogenous leukemia?
Ltd danger - unknown: Use of bpa & human exposure is so very low that it is impossible to determine extent or risk at this point in time. Studies completed are not conclusive enough to demand withdrawal. Studies show micro doses are metabolized and excreted from the body very quickly, limiting potential damage. Avoidance in packaging, etc. Is very difficult to control. ...Read more
Used properly they: Are all safe.Get a more detailed answer ›
No firm rule.: Cyclophosphamide carries a risk of causing cancer. Bladder cancers and leukemia would be the most common. The risk is related to dose and duration of treatment. Case reports suggest treatment after 4-5 years may be more dangerous. If the drug is effective, the benefit may outweigh the risk, but concern should be raised if the tratment lasts more than 1-2 years. ...Read more
Very: You have no idea what kind of fragrance chemicals have been added to the solid substance, so the effects of inhaling them could be extremely dangerous - even lethal. ...Read more
Not a dependency: The safety of each medication can vary for each unique person and, indeed, some folk are not good candidates - your doctor should know your risks. It's not habit-forming as much as risky to stop abruptly. Even if you decide to try drugs, please remember that CBT Tx optimizes outcomes w/ or w/out drugs. It can keep doses lower and briefer. ...Read more
It does not: Exposure to pain does not kill brain cells as far as I know !? ...Read more
Can cyanocobalamin be lethal or harmful to the human body if it cannot process the cyanide component? If yes, should one avoid cyanocobalamin?
No worries: Cyanocobalamin has trace amounts of cyanide; the usual dose is 1 mg (one thousandth of a gram) or less; only some of that is the cyanide,which is readily detoxed by several mechanisms so everyone can likely clear it. There is cyanide in almonds,bamboo shoots, cassava and other foods. I advise taking methylcobalamin, the active form we convert the cyano form to, as some have trouble converting it. ...Read more
Indefinitely: With appropriate monitoring by a physician experienced in using this medication - as long as you need it. Is it working? That's the big question. ...Read more
No: The Friedel–Crafts reactions are a set of reactions developed to attach substituents to an aromatic ring. There are two types of reactions: alkylation reactions and acylation reactions. Both proceed by electrophilic aromatic substitutions. When GM use platinum in catalytic converters they found the metal attaching to DNA in bacterial cell cultures, and then determined it attaches to tumor DNA. ...Read more
What unwanted reactions can close to 2 years use of INH (isoniazid) cause in the body? Is it reversible?
No harm, no worries: This won't do any harm at all, nothing "reversible" to worry about. ...Read more
Chemotherapy: Drugs that are used to treat cancer come in different types, but most fall under the category of chemotherapy. These drugs interfere with the cancer cells' ability to reproduce. There are other drugs called targeted therapies or immunotherapies. The treatment type is different for each cancer. ...Read more
Is it possible for hyperbaric oxygen therapy to be effective for possible brain damage linked to long term solvent abuse?
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