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Diabetes Drug Dramatically Boosts Potency of Platinum Chemotherapy

...n addition to rosizitaglone, the scientists tested pioglitazone and an experimental compound made by Glaxo Smith Kline, combining each of them with cisplatin, carboplatin and oxalyplatin -- all commonly used chemotherapy drugs that destroy cancer cells by damaging their DNA. When non small-cell lung cancer cell...

Actos Linked To Bone Fractures In Diabetic Women

...15,500 people. Actos which is generically known as pioglitazone were given to women in this study. It was found that there were 1.9 broken bone cases for every one hundred patients as against 1.1 cases of fractures in women who were given a placebo. The common fractures involved are that of hands, forearms, wri...

Diabetes Drug Benefits vs. Risks

The diabetes drug pioglitazone (brand name Actos) has been linked to health benef...blished scientific studies of at least 24 weeks of pioglitazone treatment in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus did not provide convincing evidence that patient-o...

Widely Prescribed Diabetes Drug Falls Short of Promise, Says New Review

...es, Canada, Europe and Asia. // The drug — called pioglitazone — is marketed in the United States by Takeda Pharm...blished scientific studies of at least 24 weeks of pioglitazone treatment in people with type 2 diabetes mellitus did not provide convincing evidence that patient-o...

Diabetic drug Pioglitazone found to reduce heart risk

... of The Lancet, was conducted to ascertain whether pioglitazone reduces cardiovascular morbidity and mortality in ...eatment. The overall pattern of changes induced by pioglitazone suggests a general improvement in various risk factors, thus lowering heart risk. A total of 5238 ...

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