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Can you name the common Oncology Drugs from Lectures?

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HintDrug/ClassClass
Comes in a pegylated lipsomal formAnthracycline
(---) vaccine to stimulate an immune responseCancer Vaccine
Non-steroidal, starts with 'N'Antiandrogen
Blocks the activation of tyrosine kinase by EGT and TGF-a, used in lunc cancerMonoclonal Antibody
Antibiotic + ChemotherapeuticAntibiotic
Used in colorectal cancerMonoclonal Antibody
Vinca alkaloid, causes more neurotoxicityAntimitotic Agent
SERM, more commonSERM
SteroidalAromatase Inhibitor
WBC chemical signalCytokine
Folic acid antagonist, most commonAntimetabolite
Competes with binding of ATP to the EGFR domain, used in lung cancerTyrosine Kinase Inhibitor
Non-steroidal, starts with 'L'Aromatase Inhibitor
This class can lead to 'emasculation'/'feminisation' (no hyphen)
(---) vaccine to prevent cancerCancer Vaccine
Nitrosourea, causes fushign and oesophagitisAlkylating Agent
Binds to VEGFRAngiogenesis Inhibitor
Vinca alkaloid, causes more myelosuppressionAntimitotic Agent
Non-steroidal, starts with 'F'Antiandrogen
Purine antagonist, metabolised by xanthine oxidaseAntimetabolite
5-FUAntimetabolite
Attached drug or toxin or radioactive materialMonoclonal Antibody
Promote RBC, WBC, platelet production
Taxane, associated with myalgia and alopeciaAntimitotic Agent
Binds to VEGFAngiogenesis Inhibitor
HintDrug/ClassClass
Non-steroidal, starts with 'A'Aromatase Inhibitor
Podophyllotoxin Derivativeaka Topoisomerase II Inhibitor
Taxane, associated with fluid retention and skin reactionsAntimitotic Agent
Blocks ribonucleoside reductaseOther Agent
Platinum compound, causes 'less nausea'Alkylating Agent
Topoisomerase I Inhibitor
Reversibly inhibits EGFR, used in lung cancerTyrosine Kinase Inhibitor
Platinum compound, causes nephrotoxicityAlkylating Agent
Inhibits microtubule disassemblyAntimitotic Agent
GnRH antagonist
No attached drug or toxinMonoclonal Antibody
Immune-response-modifying agent, used for BCCsNucleoside Analogue
Three types (alpha, beta, gamma)Cytokine
GnRH
Bind to and inhibit the enzyme aromatase
Shouldn't be used with Tamoxifen (SSRI)SSRI
Used in early/localised breast cancerMonoclonal Antibody
Non-steroidal, starts with 'B'Antiandrogen
Binds competitively with oestrogen receptorsAntioestrogen
Nitrogen Mustard, causes haemorrhagic cystitisAlkylating Agent
Steroidal, starts with 'C'Antiandrogen
Pyrimidine antagonist, converted to FdUMP, causes alopeciaAntimetabolite
6-MPAntimetabolite
SERM, less commonSERM
Inhibits tubulin polymerisationAntimitotic Agent

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