Plaquenil and cancer risk

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  1. Bomz New Member

    Plaquenil and cancer risk


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    Summary Breast cancer is found among people who take Plaquenil, especially for people who are female, 60+ old, have been taking the drug for 5 - 10 years, also take medication Enbrel, and have High blood pressure. Plaquenil, widely used to treat lupus, rheumatoid arthritis and other inflammatory and dermatologic conditions, is very effective, and “the risk of toxicity in the first five years for someone without special risk factors is very low,” Dr. Marmor said. Several risk factors may increase the likelihood of retinal toxicity from Plaquenil such as, age of greater than 60 years, daily dose more than 6.5 mg/kg; use of the drug more than 5 years, obesity, preexisting retinal disease and, renal or liver failure.

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    Plaquenil and cancer risk

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    Plaquenil Guidelines Point Out New Risks, New Presentation Written By Jean Shaw, Senior Editor, interviewing Rebekah A. Braslow, MD, Sang Jin Kim, MD, and Michael F. Marmor, MD Add to My To-Do List An increased risk for a serious disease, even if it’s small, needs to be considered when deciding to take any medication. But Dr. Matteson reminds his patients that poorly controlled RA not only damages joints, but raises the risk for heart disease and other threats. lives of individuals with arthritis. Aug 02, 2010 Yes, Plaquenil suppresses the immune system. Autoimmune disease such as Sjogrens occurs when the body gets "confused" and attacks healthy tissue instead of just attacking the germs. Basically, the immune system is a bit out of control. Plaquenil works by suppressing the immune system.

     
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    Want to know good stuff about plaquenil - HealthBoards These are appropriate only if major organ involvement isn't present. Plaquenil is the newest & safest in the class. The drug helps with skin rashes, hair loss, mouth ulcers, joint pain & swelling, fatigue, etc. It takes perhaps 3-4 months to build up & reach full effect. GOOD NEWS hair loss & weight gain are NOT associated with Plaquenil.

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