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Sources of drug information

The following websites provide information about specific chemotherapy, biological therapy, hormonal therapy or other drugs, including doses, side effects, possible precautions and more. These information sheets may not contain all known information about a drug. Talk to your doctor, pharmacist or nurse to find out more about a particular drug.

Cancer Care Ontario (CCO) drug information sheets

(www.cancercare.on.ca)

British Columbia Cancer Agency (BCCA) cancer drug manual

(www.bccancer.bc.ca)

Cancer Care Nova Scotia drug therapy information

(www.cancercare.ns.ca)

Curesearch chemotherapy information

(www.curesearch.org/for_parents_and_families/drugs/index.aspx)

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