Effexor or Prozac can reduce hot flashes in some cancer survivors
There's growing evidence that Effexor or Prozac can reduce hot flashes in some cancer survivors.
Hot flashes are common in women on anti-estrogens for breast cancer...or men taking anti-androgens for prostate cancer.
These hot flashes can be hard to treat.
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- two new quinolone antibiotics
- whether it's safe to combine a statin and gemfibrozil (Lopid)
- using niacin to lower cholesterol can increase homocysteine levels
- Aldara (imiquimod) cream for refractory common and plantar warts
- Humalog Mix 75/25, the first insulin LISPRO mixture
- Many patients aren't using their insulin pens correctly
- alcohol can affect the risk of developing type 2 DIABETES
- Effexor or Prozac can reduce hot flashes in some cancer survivors
- Internet rumor that antiperspirants cause breast cancer
- changes in the recommended dosing for the Lyme vaccine (Lymerix)
- Alpha lipoic acid is now showing up in all kinds of "diabetes supplements"
- Mineral supplements are also being promoted for diabetes
- Celebrex (celecoxib) is the first drug to be approved for a hereditary form of colorectal cancer
- unique IV sedative called Precedex (dexmedetomidine)
- possible interaction between Aricept (donepezil) and Paxil (paroxetine)
- high cholesterol might increase the risk of Alzheimer's
- various isoflavone supplements to prevent or treat osteoporosis
- FDA just issued important new warnings about Propulsid
- chart of the significant new drugs approved in 1999