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Side effects of cancer drugs Cancer Research UK

03:23 | Author: Kayla Henderson

Drugs side effects
Side effects of cancer drugs Cancer Research UK

This section looks at the most common side effects of cancer drugs and how to deal with them. Each page has information about particular side.

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Side Effects of Drugs Annual Book series Elsevier

01:06 | Author: Emma Coleman

Drugs side effects
Side Effects of Drugs Annual Book series Elsevier

A world-wide yearly survey of new data and trends in adverse drug reactionsHistory of Side Effects of DrugsDr. Aronson, editor of the series.Celebrat.

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Performance-enhancing drugs Know the risks - Mayo Clinic

01:09 | Author: Brandon Powell

Drugs side effects
Performance-enhancing drugs Know the risks - Mayo Clinic

Considering performance-enhancing drugs to boost your athletic performance? Consider the Anabolic steroids come with serious physical side effects as well.

Taking anabolic-androgenic steroids to enhance athletic performance, besides being prohibited by most sports organizations, is illegal. In the past 20 years, more effective law enforcement in the United States has pushed much of the illegal steroid industry into the black market. This poses additional health risks because the drugs are either made in other countries and smuggled in or made in clandestine labs in the United States. Either way, they aren't subject to government safety standards and could be impure or mislabeled.

Testosterone has two main effects on your body:

Why are these drugs so appealing to athletes? Besides making muscles bigger, anabolic steroids may help athletes recover from a hard workout more quickly by reducing the muscle damage that occurs during the session.

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