Vinorelbine

What is Vinorelbine?

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 is a breast cancer patient with mets to lungs and liver. She had undergone hormonetherapy and recently doctor switched to chemotherapy (Vinorelbine...

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sepsis!

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Hi,

Metastatic breast cancer planned for chemotherapy, i think she must have had a progressive disease on...

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i HAVE METASTATIC BREAST CANCER ER+ HER2-. I HAVE BEEN TAKING ANASTROZOLE AND NOW I AM TAKING EXEMESTANE. MY ONOCOLOGIST IS TELLING ME THAT HE...

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Please refer below

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Thanks for your query. If the disease has spread further while on exemestane then it is not...

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i HAVE METASTATIC BREAST CANCER ER+ HER2-. I HAVE BEEN TAKING ANASTROZOLE AND NOW I AM TAKING EXEMESTANE. MY ONOCOLOGIST IS TELLING ME THAT HE...

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My mother is a breast cancer patient with mets to lungs and liver. She had undergone hormonetherapy and recently doctor switched to chemotherapy (...

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