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No evidence cough medicines work with one in seven patients experiencing negative side effects
There is no evidence that medicines for persistent coughs have any benefit, and one in seven patients actually experience negative side effects, a study found.
Consuming soy, broccoli, kale may help cut side effects of breast cancer treatment
The findings, led by researchers from Georgetown University, showed that intake of cruciferous vegetables and soy foods were associated with fewer reports of menopausal symptoms.
Botox side effects discussed
Botulinum toxin, more commonly known as Botox in Iran, is a synthetic chemical that can cure several diseases, particularly those afflicting nervous system.
Strategy to reduce side effects in modern cancer therapy
The occurrence of severe side effects and the development of resistance are two of the biggest problems facing modern cancer therapy. Even the latest, highly targeted cancer drugs such as the tyrosine kinase inhibitors Tarceva(R) or Sutent(R) are affected by these problems, which can ultimately lead to treatment having to be stopped.

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