Gemzar vs Thalidomide

Gemzar
Thalidomide
Other name: Gemcitabine Gemcitabine
Other name: Thalomid Thalomid
Satisfaction Score
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2.9
Moderately Satisfied
Satisfaction Score
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3.1
Moderately Satisfied
Helpfulness
for Cancer
2.2
Concern level
2.0
Helpfulness
for Cancer
3.3
Concern level
2.5
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Method of use:
Injection
Method of use:
Pill
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Gemcitabine (pronunciation: jem-SITE-a-been) is a nucleoside analog used as chemotherapy. It is marketed as Gemzar by Eli Lilly and Company...
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Thalidomide was introduced as a sedative drug in the late 1950s that was typically used to cure morning sickness. In 1961, it was withdrawn due to Teratology and Peripheral neuropathy. There is now a growing clinical interest in thalidomide, and it is i...
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Tiredness
10
Nausea
6
Hair Loss
4
Neuropathy
2
Allergy
2
Fever
2
Rash
2
Shortness of Breath
1
Constipation
1
Cough
1
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Neuropathy
2
Tiredness
2
Nausea
2
Flu
2
Peripheral Neuropathy
1
Insomnia
1
Blood Clots
1
Blindness
1
Sickness
1
Diabetes
1
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Tha
10
2
Nausea
Gem
Tha
6
2
Hair Loss
Gem
Tha
4
0
Neuropathy
Gem
Tha
2
2
Allergy
Gem
Tha
2
0
Fever
Gem
Tha
2
0
Rash
Gem
Tha
2
0
Shortness of Breath
Gem
Tha
1
0
Constipation
Gem
Tha
1
0
Cough
Gem
Tha
1
0
Neuropathy
Tha
Gem
2
2
Tiredness
Tha
Gem
2
10
Nausea
Tha
Gem
2
6
Flu
Tha
Gem
2
0
Peripheral Neuropathy
Tha
Gem
1
0
Insomnia
Tha
Gem
1
0
Blood Clots
Tha
Gem
1
0
Blindness
Tha
Gem
1
0
Sickness
Tha
Gem
1
0
Diabetes
Tha
Gem
1
0
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About Gemzar
Gemcitabine (pronunciation: jem-SITE-a-been) is a nucleoside analog used as chemotherapy. It is marketed as Gemzar by Eli Lilly and Company...
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Gemzar
About Thalidomide
Thalidomide was introduced as a sedative drug in the late 1950s that was typically used to cure morning sickness. In 1961, it was withdrawn due to Teratology and Peripheral neuropathy. There is now a growing clinical interest in thalidomide, and it is i...
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