Does consumption of regular orange juice cause drug interactions, or should all citrus fruits be avoided?
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Folic acid can interfere with certain chemotherapy drugs. Is there an acceptable level of folic acid or should it be avoided completely?
Methylprednisolone (Solu-Medrol) and hydrocortisone (Solu-Cortef) are used to treat infusion reactions to chemotherapy and other anticancer treatments. Some clinicians seem to favor one over the other. Is there a significant difference between the two or is it just a matter of clinician preference?
The Advisor Forum addresses a question about medications that can treat hot flushes in women receiving tamoxifen.
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When opioids or other painkillers prescribed after surgery or an injury are no longer needed, or if a medication was changed, patients may have unused prescription medications in their homes. Is there a safe way for patients to dispose of these leftover prescriptions?
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