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cytoxin was posted 04/30/2000 05:38 pm by Angi
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According to the Physician's Desk Reference, cytoxan commonly causes nausea and vomiting. Hair loss also frequently occurs. Leukopenia is related to the dose you are taking. Cystitis may occur in some cases. Other side effects exist but are less common. It has been around for awhile and was used to treat ovarian and breast cancers. It was also used to treat lymphomas and chronic leukemias. If you want further details, let me know and I'll try to did them out. The PDR I have is from 1997. Good luck to you and God bless. Angi

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