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    Medication interfering in cancer growth

    "Generically known as doxorubicin, Adriamycin is clustered to the group of medicines belonging to the cancer medication group. The main ingredient of Adriamycin which is doxorubicin interferes with the growth of cancer cells and its spread in the body."

    Read more here> http://www.drugdelivery.ca/s326-s-ADRIAMYCIN.aspx

    This is surely a very effective medication in slowing down the spreading of cancer cells!

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    This is good news!

    I wonder if antioxidants are really as good at preventing cancer as all the food and drug companies lead us to believe? Somehow, I don't think drinking pomegranate juice is going to fight cancer (or noni, or any of those other miracle fruits).

    Anyone know more about this?

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    and killing the patient as well.... in Iraq we used cluster bombing, completely wipe out everything... collateral damage is accepted, as in this therapy, as in most chemo therapies... if it can't be used a prophylactic, then it is invasive,and leads to more complications ..etc

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    This thread is over 10 years old. Closing thread to avoid confusion


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