Trilaciclib

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Trilaciclib, sold under the brand name Cosela, is a medication used to reduce the frequency of chemotherapy-induced bone marrow suppression.[1][2][3] The most common side effects include fatigue; low levels of calcium, potassium and phosphate; increased levels of an enzyme called aspartate aminotransferase; headache; and infection in the lungs (pneumonia).[2] Trilaciclib may help protect bone marrow cells from damage caused by ch...

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Trilaciclib
  • Powder: 300mg/vial
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  • COSELA Trilaciclib Dihydrochloride



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