Pazopanib

What is Pazopanib?

It is an anti cancerous drug approved for treatment of renal cell carcinoma and soft tissue tumours. It is a potent tyrosine kinase inhibitor which inhibits angiogenesis there by inhibiting new cell proliferation.

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Cancer pill killer.

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I had been operated upon left kidney removed ( nephroectomy in April 2014.8! August 2014 congestion heart failure.biopsy report was carcecona.now...

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Pazopanib common side effect is increase in blood pressure

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Votrient contains Pazopanib which is an anticancer...

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My husband has been diagnosed with Leiomyosarcoma and the Drs are starting him on DOXIL..Is this a good choice or is there clinical trials that...

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hello dear. It is a good choice.

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Taxotere and Gemzar has already been...

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