Medical Pharmacology Chapter 33-34:  Anticancer Drugs

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  1. Wellstein A Giaccone G Atkins MB Sausville EA Cytotoxic Drugs Chapter 66 in Goodman & Gilman's The Pharmacological Basis of Therapeutics, 13th edition (Brunton LL (Editor-in-chief)  Hilal-Dandan R Knollmann BC, eds) The McGraw-Hill Companies, (c) 2018.

  2. Roche VF Cancer and Chemotherapy Chapter 3: Therapeutic Classes of Anticancer Drugs-Nitrogen Mustards and Aziridine-Mediated Alkylators. in Foye's Priniciples of Medicinal Chemistry (Lemke TL Williams DA, eds; associate eds, Roche VF Zito SW) 7e Lippinoctt, Williams & Wilkins, a Wolters Kluwer business, (c) 2003.

  3. Chihara D Hagemeister FB Medeiros J Fanale MA Chapter 10 in The MD Anderson Manual of Medical Oncology 3e (Kantarjian HM Wolff RA eds) The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc, (c) 2016.

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  6. Tew KD Chapter 17 Alkylating Agents in Devita, Hellman and Rosengerg's Cancer Principles & Practice of Oncology 10e Wolters Kluwer Health / Lippincott Williams & Wilkins (c) 2008.

  7. Procarbazine Hydrochloride PubChem

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  9. Chemocare:  Acronym: MOPP

  10. PCV National Cancer Institute Procarbazine, Lomustine and Vincristine (PCV)

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