The intravenous chemotherapy drug docetaxel contains ethanol, also known as alcohol, which can cause patients to feel intoxicated, or drunk, during and after treatment, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) warned in a safety communication. The agency is ordering all docetaxel drug products to add a warning to their safety labels regarding this possible side effect. Docetaxel is a prescription chemotherapy drug used to treat various types of cancer including breast, prostate, stomach, head and neck, and non-small-cell lung cancers. It is known by the brand names Taxotere and Docefrez. Known as a taxane, the drug works by interfering with microtubules, ... Read More
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