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  1. photo The often overlooked but still incredible health benefits of licoriceThe often overlooked but still incredible health benefits of licoriceNews
    of some herbs within a herbal preparation, South Korean researchers decided to study its detoxifying effects on rats undergoing a chemotherapy treatment, with doxorubicin being used as an anti-neoplasticRead more
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    -violet pigment with proven disease-fighting properties. For example, a 2011 study published in the journal Anti-Cancer Agents in Medicinal Chemistry found that both doxorubicin (a popular anti-cancerRead more
  3. photo Chemotherapy myth shattered: toxic drugs cause more cancer than they preventChemotherapy myth shattered: toxic drugs cause more cancer than they preventNews
    conclusions. The chemotherapy drug doxorubicin was determined in both mice and fly models to induce stem cell overgrowth, specifically by activating certain genetic pathways that resulted in a severeRead more
  4. photo MÉDICO DEFINE AUTO-HEMOTERAPIA COMO "A MAIS PERFEITA FORMA DE IMUNOTERAPIA"MÉDICO DEFINE AUTO-HEMOTERAPIA COMO "A MAIS PERFEITA FORMA DE IMUNOTERAPIA"Treatment
    - Dactinomicina. 09 - Doxorubicina 10 - Fluorouracil. 11 - Melfalano.12 - Mercaptopurina. 13 - Metotrexato. 14 - Procarbazina. 15 -Vincristina. 16 - Vimblastina. Sobre os antineoplásicos, devemosacrescentarRead more
  5. photo O alho é utilizado de forma medicinal há mais de 3.000 anos antes de Cristo: saiba o porquê!O alho é utilizado de forma medicinal há mais de 3.000 anos antes de Cristo: saiba o porquê!Treatment
    . Mizui, T., Carlson, E. & Chan, P.H. (1994) Protective effects of aged garlic extracts on doxorubicin-induced cardiotoxicity in the mouse. Nutr. Cancer 22:163-173 Lau, B.H. S. (1989) DetoxifyingRead more

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Doxorubicin

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Doxorubicin /ˌdɒksəˈruːbɨsɪn/ (INN, AAN, BAN, USAN; trade name Adriamycin; pegylated liposomal form trade name Doxil; nonpegylated liposomal form trade name Myocet), also known as hydroxydaunorubicin and hydroxydaunomycin, is a drug used in cancer chemotherapy and derived by chemical semisynthesis from a bacterial species. It is an anthracycline antitumor antibiotic (note: in this context, this...More