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experimental use on kidney cancer ## Do you mean Sarafem? I know that drug does not list Kidney Cancer as one of the uses, but I do not know of any other drugs spelled similarly to Sorafem... ## I was unsure whether it was spelled Sorafem or Sorafen. It's been recommended for father-in-law's kidney cancer ## I believe the medication in question is Sorafenib, which is used to treat kidney, liver, and thyroid cancers. It is most commonly known by the brand name Nexavar. Its typical side effects may include: nausea, weight loss, congestive heart failure, tinnitus, and acne. Has anyone actually tried this medication?

cyra 20mg

content of the medicin ## Wow, I'm sorry, but I can't find anything listed under that spelling. If I look-up medications that can sound similar to this, there are quite a few possibilities: Sarafem, which contains Fluoxetine, an antidepressant. Serax, which contains Oxazepam, a Benzodiazepine. Seroquel, which contains Quetiapine an antipsychotic. Sirolimus, which contains rapmycin, an immunosuppressant. Suramin,for cancer treatment. As well as many others, listed under the letter C. Is there anyway you can double check the name or spelling? Do any of these seem close? ## purpose/dosage/how and when to take cyra - d 20 mg/side effects for female age 54. ## Any side effects for predmet 4 mg


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