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Cancer Drug & Medication Center

Anti-cancer medications include chemotherapy drugs, which target rapidly dividing malignant cells. Biological therapy drugs boost the immune system and hormone therapy drugs treat reproductive cancers. Targeted therapy attacks specific cancer cells. Painkillers, anti-inflammatories, gene-regulating retinoids and radiosensitizers are also used in cancer treatment.

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