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Alcohol Drug Information - NCADD

6/15/2014
04:40 | Author: David Perry

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Alcohol Drug Information - NCADD

Long-term use of alcohol and other drugs, both licit and illegal, can cause serious health For additional information about treatment for alcoholism and drug.

While one person may use a drug one or many times and suffer no ill effects, another person may be particularly vulnerable and overdose with first use. There is no way of knowing in advance how someone may react. Am I Alcoholic?

Am I Drug Addicted?

Not everyone who uses alcohol or drugs is an addict or alcoholic. A person becomes a substance abuser when the substance becomes so crucial that he or she is willing to risk other important aspects of life in order to have the substance. This may be after the first time a substance is used, or it may take years.

Even if a person is prescribed a medication, taking more of that drug than the recommended dosage is dangerous, including accidental overdose.

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A to Z List of Cancer Drugs - National Cancer Institute

4/14/2014
02:40 | Author: David Perry

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A to Z List of Cancer Drugs - National Cancer Institute

List of cancer drug information summaries from NCI. These summaries have information about cancer drugs and cancer drug combinations.

Summaries for cancer drug combinations are listed by abbreviation or common name and are shown in capital letters. Each summary gives a list of the drugs that make up the combination and explains what the combination is used for. It also has links to summaries for individual drugs in the combination. Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top Back to Top.

This list includes more than 100 cancer drug information summaries from NCI. The summaries provide consumer-friendly information about cancer drugs and drug combinations.

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Summaries for individual cancer drugs cover the uses of these drugs, research results, possible side effects, approval information, and ongoing clinical trials. The list includes brand and generic names for the drugs.

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