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myelosuppression

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  • noun medicine A reduction of bone marrow activity that leads to a lower concentration of platelets, red blood cells and white blood cells

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Examples

  • The FDA said major side effects for both included nerve damage, infections, reactions from the infusion and myelosuppression, a common side effect from chemotherapy that causes decreased blood cell production.

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  • Six patients had fatal events associated with their underlying disease and myelosuppression (anemia, neutropenia, and thrombocytopenia) that were considered at least possibly related to drug treatment.

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  • The proposed novel mechanism of action, non-cross resistance with chemotherapeutic agents currently used in the clinic, and lack of CPI-613-related myelosuppression in humans to date, make CPI-613 a suitable candidate for clinical evaluation in these types of cancers.

    Medindia Health News

  • Six patients had fatal events associated with their underlying disease and myelosuppression

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  • The proposed novel mechanism of action, non-cross resistance with chemotherapeutic agents currently used in the clinic, and lack of CPI-613-related myelosuppression in humans to date, make CPI-613 a suitable candidate for clinical evaluation in these types of cancers.

    Medindia Health News

  • Rarely, myelosuppression, thrombo-cytopenia, and leukopenia have been reported in patients taking colchicine.

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  • Other prominent side-effects of this drug class include myelosuppression (low blood counts) and peripheral neuropathy (disabling nerve damage).

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  • The proposed novel mechanism of action, non-cross resistance with chemotherapeutic agents currently used in the clinic, and lack of CPI-613-related myelosuppression in humans to date, make CPI-613 a suitable candidate for clinical evaluation in these types of cancers.

    RedOrbit News - Technology

  • Six patients had fatal events associated with their underlying disease and myelosuppression (anemia, neutropenia, and thrombocytopenia) that were considered at least possibly related to drug treatment.

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  • The proposed novel mechanism of action, non-cross resistance with chemotherapeutic agents currently used in the clinic, and lack of CPI-613-related myelosuppression in humans to date, make CPI-613 a suitable candidate for clinical evaluation in these types of cancers.

    RedOrbit News - Technology

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