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Ontak
...  INGREDIENTS Ontak is an anticancer agent called a fusion protein. It is a composion of both interleukin-2 and Diphtheria toxin. It is used to treat certain kinds of lymphoma, leukemia and other conditions as determined by your doctor. It inhibits growth of cancer cells, which results in the death of the cells. Ontak targets cancer cells because they express interleukin-2  ...

Daunomycin
...  very essential medicine in the cure of specific types of cancer is Daunomycin which is a type of anthracycline chemotherapy and it is also used in the treatment of myeloid leukemia and lymphatic leukemia. DAUNOMYCIN ACTION It is also used in the treatment of AIDS-related type of cancer of the skin and mouth which is also known as karposi’s sarcoma and which has possibilities of spreading  ...

Daunorrubicina
...  is a type of anthracycline chemotherapy medication used to treat cancer, zccute leukemia and acute lymphatic leukemia. Daunorrubicina Action It is also used to treat karposi’s sarcoma which is an AIDS related cancer of the mouth and skin which can spread to the remaining parts of the body. This medicament is a cytotoxic agent, which not only prevents cancer from reproducing  ...

Daunorubicine
...  is an antibiotic and chemotherapeutic of the antracycline family. This is a part of prescription medication for treating acute myeloid and lymphatic leukemia. It is also being accredited to treat the rare Karposi's sarcoma. DAUNORUBICINE ACTION This medication slows the growth of cancer cells in the body and eventually kills them off. The treatment is performed together with  ...

Abiplatin
...  is a platinum-based drug used in treating different kinds of cancers, such as germ cell tumors, some carcinomas (ovarian cancer and small cell lung cancer), lymphomas, and sarcomas. It is mainly used in chemotherapy treatment and widely distributed in the United States under the brand names Platinol and Platinol-AQ. The generic and more widely known name for Abiplatin is Cisplatin.  ...

Thyroid Cancer
...  cancer, comprising 10-20 percent of all cases Medullary thyroid cancer, comprising 5-8 percent Anaplastic thyroid cancer, comprising less than 5%, which does not usually responsive to treatments lymphoma Squamous cell carcinoma As was mentioned before, age also plays a part in the development of thyroid cancer. As much as 75% of the population with develop a thyroid nodule, which is the  ...

Leukemia
...  is a type of cancer that starts in the bone marrow and the lymph system, both of which are very essential in the production and distribution of blood. Leukemia triggers the excessive production of immature and abnormal white blood cells called leukocytes. The excessive amount of white blood cells is not good for the body since the production of normal cells are decreased, which loosens  ...

Pharyngitis
...  a doctor. Other indicators that one might be suffering from a severe case of pharyngitis include experiencing chills, body aches, skin rashes, difficulty in breathing, loss of appetite, and enlarged lymph nodes in the neck and armpits. The doctor would first check the body temperature and perform examinations to the throat, sinuses, ears, nose, lungs, and neck. The doctor might also ask for a  ...

Angioedema
...  such as hives and the other symptoms. Angioedema also has some non-allergic reactions. Patients who are diagnosed with conditions which weaken their immune systems such as lupus, leukemia and lymphoma are at risk. A hereditary form of angioedema has different causes, treatments and complications. Hereditary angioedema can occur within the digestive tract as well as in other internal  ...

Serum Sickness
...  about by the other ingredients in other medicines. Symptoms of serum sickness usually include the following – fever, a general ill feeling, itching, pain in the joints, rashes and swollen lymph nodes. These symptoms can last for about a week or two before they go away entirely. In the US, about 2-5% and 16% of tetanus antitoxin and rabies antitoxin users, respectively, were afflicted  ...


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