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Pancreatic cancer - what works best, MSContin, dilaudid or oxycontin?

Posted 26 May 2011 7 answers

I have stage 3 pancreatic cancer currently take MS contin what works better.I currently take MS Contin 30mg and dlaudid 4mg I'm not getting much relief from them. Anyone know what might work better that I can talk with my oncologist about. I have heard alot about oxycotin, any help is greately ...

Has anyone heard about pancreatic cancer caused by Janumet?

Posted 31 Oct 2012 2 answers

I recently saw a commercial in NYC about a class action lawsuit against Janumet. I'm not sure if long term use of Janumet could cause pancreatic cancer or any other condition.

Is Bydureon or Byetta linked to Pancreatic cancer?

Posted 15 May 2013 4 answers

A syndicated radio show had a doctor on it saying that the drug Byetta and Bydureon causes pancreatic cancer. I have taken both, but the Bydureon is the one that I now take, for the last year. I have no other cronic illness but type 2. radio

Can I drink beer with zolpidem tartrate?

Posted 31 Jul 2009 1 answer

Can a patient with pancreatic cancer take sips of beer during the day while taking 1/2 to 1 tablet of 10mg tablet at bedtime. He is end stage.

Did my husband die because of pancreatic cancer caused by taking Janumet?

Posted 18 Oct 2010 2 answers

My husband was taking januvia in 2007 then was put on janumet in 2008 he had all the systoms of Pancreaitis all 4 signs real bad. For almost a year of suffering in 2009 they said he had pancreatic cancer, and passed away 3 months later. What I'm asking is since he had all the signs of ...

Can Janumet and/or Januvia can cause pancreatic cancer?

Posted 17 Nov 2009 1 answer

Somenone told me that this is a new thing that has been found for this drug. I want to know is it true or not

Gemzar - can be prepare oral tablet of gemcitabine for pancreatic cancer?

Posted 1 Aug 2012 1 answer

sir my self jyoti sharma i am persuing for my research work i got gemcitabine hydrochloride so can you tell which which type of formulation can be prepare with gemcitabine

Are there certain foods which shoud be avoided by someone taking lactulose?

Posted 18 Feb 2013 1 answer

80 year old, liver cancer & pancreatic cancer patient is on lactulose due to the ammonia buildup in her system--due to liver not being able to function fully. is taking lactulose--which is successfully keeping her lucid and out of the hospital. However, we cannot find anything which suggests ...

Viokase in unavailable - what is the equivalent dose of Creon?

Posted 9 Sep 2010 1 answer

Whipple surgery for Pancreatic Cancer 8 years ago. I take 4 Viokase 8 per meal how many Creon 6 .Will be changing to Creon in the very near future because of the unavailability of Viokase. Very tough to figure the equivalancy.

Is there any adverse reaction to chlorophyll and fish oil?

Posted 14 Sep 2010 1 answer

in a patient taking warfarin and also who is immuno compromised and on chemotherapy for pancreatc cancer

I took Xeloda for 3 or about months for liver and pancreatic cancer. I was diagnosed June of 2011?

Posted 21 Sep 2013 1 answer

I beleive because of your product that my chances were greater then almost everyone, I wanted to thank you so very much, I was given to Dec. of 2011. How much longer will the drug work ?

How can I find relief from the high cost of Creon? I am in the doughnut hole with medicare?

Posted 8 Jun 2017 1 answer

My prescription costs $390. I do not qualify for low income assistance programs, but this price is too much of a burden for any middle class patient. I have pancreatic cancer and had the Whipple surgery. I lost most of my pancreas and can't digest food without the use of enzymes. Can you, help ...

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