What is Navelbine?

Vinorelbine (trade name Navelbine) is an anti-mitotic chemotherapy drug that is given as a treatment for some types of cancer, including breast cancer and non-small cell lung cancer.

Clinicians sometimes use the abbreviation "NVB" for vinorelbine, although (like many medical abbreviations) it is not a unique identifier.

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My mother has been on chemotherapy for the last six years and most recently has been give Navelbine. While on Navelbine she developed...

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It looks to me that either your mother is having vertebral spine fracture or nerve compression. Both are possible as due to chemotherapy bones...

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My wife has cancer and is on a weekly course of oral Navelbine (110Mg). Her last dose was yesterday mid-day since when she has bad diarrhea and is...

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I really appreciate your concern, most of the diarrheal conditions are self limiting if is not due to any infection but care...

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Hi ,
I am 76 years old and I had the following results from a histopathology exam:
1.     Can you please let me know what this mean?
2.     Can you please...

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Thanks for your query.

Though you have not mentioned the site from where the biopsy was done, by the location code I assume that it is from the...

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