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    anastrozole oral     155 User Reviews
    Xeloda oral     150 User Reviews
    letrozole oral     93 User Reviews
    megestrol oral     41 User Reviews
    Megace oral     36 User Reviews
    Taxotere intravenous     36 User Reviews
    cisplatin intravenous     34 User Reviews
    carboplatin intravenous     25 User Reviews
    Doxil intravenous     25 User Reviews
    Gemzar intravenous     25 User Reviews
    Megace ES oral     20 User Reviews
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    cyclophosphamide oral     14 User Reviews
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    paclitaxel intravenous     9 User Reviews
    leuprolide subcutaneous     8 User Reviews
    capecitabine oral     8 User Reviews
    cyclophosphamide intravenous     7 User Reviews
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    Lynparza oral     5 User Reviews
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