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Cancer
Nolvadex
$0.23
Nolvadex
Tamoxifen
Nolvadex is able to cause ovulation in women. In men with oligospermia it increases concentration of ...
Zofran
$0.67
Zofran
Ondansetron
Zofran is a prescription medicine that has been licensed to prevent nausea and vomiting due to several ...
Cytoxan
$2.63
Cytoxan
Cyclophosphamide
Cytoxan is used for treatment of cancer with cytotoxic effect.
Methotrexate
$0.49
Methotrexate
Methotrexate is an antimetabolite used to treat certain types of cancer.
Casodex
$3.09
Casodex
Bicalutamide
Casodex treats metastatic prostate cancer and hirsutism in men.
Hydrea
$1.32
Hydrea
Hydroxyurea
Hydrea is used to treat certain types of cancer or sickled red blood cells.
Leukeran
$5.13
Leukeran
Chlorambucil
Leukeran is a medication used to treat several kinds of cancer and other conditions.
Xeloda
$14.50
Xeloda
Capecitabine
Xeloda is used to treat breast cancer, colon or rectum cancer.
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