Adnexa 50mg Injection Description:
Adnexa 50mg injection is an anticancer medicine. It works by inhibiting the activity of an enzyme (topoisomerase II) involved in the DNA proliferation of breast cancer cells. It also forms harmful chemicals (free radicals) that cause DNA damage. This slows the growth of breast cancer cells and eventually kills them.
Adnexa 50mg injection is used to treat various types of blood cancer, breast cancer, gastric cancer, lung cancer, ovarian cancer and soft tissue cancer. It also helps prevent the recurrence of bladder cancer after surgery.
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How to Use:
Your doctor or nurse will give you this medicine. Kindly do not self administer.
Is Adnexa 50mg Injection a vesicant (agent that causes tissue blistering and damage)?
Yes, Adnexa 50mg Injection is a vesicant; if it leaks from the vein, it may cause tissue blistering.
How effective is Adnexa 50mg Injection?
Adnexa 50mg injection can effectively treat various cancers, including breast, ovarian, gastric, lung, bowel or rectal cancer, malignant lymphoma (a blood cancer that fights infection cells), such as Hodgkin’s disease and non-Hodgkin’s Chikin’s lymphoma, blood cancer. It can be used to treat bladder cancer and prevent the recurrence of bladder cancer after surgery. It effectively slows down or prevents the growth of cancer cells in the body.