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Antibiotics/antineoplastics

What are Antibiotics/antineoplastics?

Antibiotic antineoplastics are agents that have microbial origin, that is they are derived from microorganisms. The different antibiotic antineoplastic agents affect DNA replication by various cytotoxic actions. They are used as chemotherapy agents to treat many types of cancers.

List of Antibiotics/antineoplastics:

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Drug Name Avg. Rating Reviews
Adriamycin (Pro)
Generic name: doxorubicin
7.6
6 reviews
Novantrone (Pro)
Generic name: mitoxantrone
7.5
1 review
Doxil
Generic name: doxorubicin liposomal
9.0
1 review
Valstar (Pro)
Generic name: valrubicin
No reviews
Pharmorubicin PFS
Generic name: epirubicin
No reviews
Nipent (Pro)
Generic name: pentostatin
No reviews
Mutamycin (Pro)
Generic name: mitomycin
No reviews
Jelmyto (Pro)
Generic name: mitomycin
No reviews
Idamycin PFS (Pro)
Generic name: idarubicin
No reviews
Idamycin
Generic name: idarubicin
No reviews
Ellence (Pro)
Generic name: epirubicin
No reviews
DaunoXome
Generic name: daunorubicin liposomal
No reviews
Cosmegen (Pro)
Generic name: dactinomycin
No reviews
Cerubidine (Pro)
Generic name: daunorubicin
No reviews
Blenoxane (Pro)
Generic name: bleomycin
No reviews
For ratings, users were asked how effective they found the medicine while considering positive/adverse effects and ease of use (1 = not effective, 10 = most effective).

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