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Vincristine Drug Cold Be Fatal To Cell
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Hard to say: Most likely not since this is a viral disorder, but maybe a cardiologist can chime one to see if there is any merit to this. ...Read more
Is it possible for brief but direct exposure to toxic pest-control chemicals cause acute myelogenous leukemia?
Why cant medication recognize the latent cell affected with HIV? + wont having chemotherapy + Medication of HIV kill the virus? There has to be a cure
What is the worst disease a person can be diagnosed with? Low cure rate, fatal, and very aggressive. ALS? Pancreatic cancer? Something else?
I found onglyza (saxagliptin) may be bad for the pancreas (negative cell multiplication leading to pancreatitis or cancer). Is this drug safe to take?
Neuropathic effects: Are most common with vincristine. Patients can experience pain, numbness, tingling (aka paresthesias), difficulty with chewing/jaw pain, foot drop and discoordination. Gabapentin and physical therapy may help wth these. Also a neuropathic complication, constipation is a significant concern since hard stools predispose to serious bacterial infection. Liver toxicity can be an issue also. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Is benzene in certain chemotherapies? Could a caretaker of someone receiving chemotherapy for breast cancer be exposed to benzene?
Rfractory seizures in meningoencephalitis not responding to 4 anti convulsion drugs, like midazolam, levitricetum, eptoin and gardinal, what next?
Doubt meds will work: After 3 or 4 drugs, the chance of success is below 4-5% at best, and unless you have some metabolic imbalance, you should consider a more aggressive approach such as a vagal nerve stimulator or even a surgical procedure. Get evaluation at a local medical school and see what might be available for you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Any known treatments for late onset neutropenia due to rituximab. The R was being used for mantle cell lymphoma maintenance. Thanks.
May not be needed: This doesn't always require treatment. If you have an active severe infection or neutropenia is severe then it can be treated with neupogen. If you don't have an infection or very severe problem it is best left alone. Try to be careful about staying away from other people who are sick and wash your hands frequently. ...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
Can the new drug for cystic fibrosis, kalydeco, (ivacaftor) be taken by someone with copd..Would it help?
How many chemotherapy circles are possible in small cell lung cancer stage 4? Is it curable if it is spread in bones too or if it is life prolongable?
The drug is taxotere (docetaxel) and cyclophosphamide used in chemo due to early stage of invasive lobular carcinoma does side effect cause insomia , depression?
Chemo and cancer: Dealing with cancer and its treatment is not something easy to do in many cases. Not only it is affecting your physical condition, emotionally, you can also develop anxiety, depressed mood, depression etc through out the battle. The chemo themselves do not give you insomnia. However, steroids are given prior to chemo, and this can cause insomnia. Depression/anxiety cause insomnia too. ...Read more
Many: The main lethal disease treated with stem cell transplants are hematologic malignancies such as leukemia, lymphoma and myeloma. Bone marrow failure (aplastic anemia) is also treated with stem cell transplants. Some life-threatening genetic disease can also be treated with a transplant. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Methotrexate :The most common adverse effects include: hepatotoxicity (liver damage),but could this be seen in low dose
for Lupus affecting skin ?
Is anti-retroviral medication often discontinued in elderly dementia patients? If so does disease progress fast or will they die of something else 1st
No: Experienced infectious disease physicians dealing with HIV can construct a cocktail with very few side effects now a days. I almost never discontinue the treatment. Id discontinued, the HIV dementia may worsen and the immune system will deteriorate. No one actually dies of aids..Its opportunistic infections or cancers that arise that cause increased morbidity and mortality. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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