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Considering taking medication to treat Acute Myeloid Leukemia? Below is a list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Acute Myeloid Leukemia. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below.

Your search for Acute Myeloid Leukemia returned the following treatments.

Drug Name IndicationWhat's this? TypeWhat's this? User Reviews
Methotrexate (Anti-Rheumatic) Oral     506 User Reviews
methotrexate sodium Oral     114 User Reviews
mercaptopurine Oral     100 User Reviews
methotrexate sodium Inj     34 User Reviews
carboplatin IV     24 User Reviews
Adriamycin IV     24 User Reviews
Purinethol Oral     22 User Reviews
cyclophosphamide Oral     14 User Reviews
Trexall Oral     9 User Reviews
methotrexate sodium (PF) Inj     7 User Reviews
cyclophosphamide IV     7 User Reviews
Rheumatrex Oral     6 User Reviews
doxorubicin IV     4 User Reviews
fludarabine IV     3 User Reviews
Fludara IV     3 User Reviews
Proleukin IV     3 User Reviews
cytarabine Inj     3 User Reviews
idarubicin IV     3 User Reviews
etoposide IV     2 User Reviews
etoposide Oral     2 User Reviews
mitoxantrone IV     2 User Reviews
daunorubicin IV     2 User Reviews
Adriamycin PFS IV     2 User Reviews
asparaginase Inj     1 User Reviews
thioguanine Oral     1 User Reviews
cytarabine (PF) Inj     1 User Reviews
Tabloid Oral     1 User Reviews
Elspar Inj     Be the first to review it
Toposar IV     Be the first to review it
aldesleukin IV     Be the first to review it
etoposide phosphate IV     Be the first to review it
Etopophos IV     Be the first to review it
asparaginase (Erwinia chrysan) IM     Be the first to review it
Erwinaze IM     Be the first to review it
Idamycin PFS IV     Be the first to review it
Cerubidine IV     Be the first to review it

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