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Topical antineoplastics

What are Topical antineoplastics?

Skin cancer is the uncontrolled growth of skin cells. If left unchecked, these cancer cells can spread from the skin into other tissues and organs. Topical antineoplastics work by different mechanisms to prevent the development and spread of neoplastic cells.

List of Topical antineoplastics:

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Drug Name Reviews Avg. Ratings
Fluoroplex (Pro)
Generic name: fluorouracil
2 reviews
9.0
Carac (Pro)
Generic name: fluorouracil
23 reviews
7.8
Efudex (Pro)
Generic name: fluorouracil
92 reviews
7.4
Aldara (Pro)
Generic name: imiquimod
103 reviews
7.1
Zyclara (Pro)
Generic name: imiquimod
46 reviews
7.1
Picato (Pro)
Generic name: ingenol
17 reviews
4.7
Tolak (Pro)
Generic name: fluorouracil
7 reviews
4.6
Fluorac
Generic name: diclofenac/fluorouracil
0 reviewsAdd rating
Valchlor (Pro)
Generic name: mechlorethamine
0 reviewsAdd rating
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