Overview

Hydrazine sulfate is a chemical used in industry and as jet fuel. Some people use it as medicine.

Hydrazine sulfate is used for many types of cancer. It is also used for involuntary weight loss in people with cancer (cachexia or wasting syndrome), but there is no good scientific evidence to support these uses. Using hydrazine sulfate may also be unsafe.

How does it work ?

Hydrazine sulfate may block certain chemical reactions in the body that can lead to malnutrition and muscle wasting.

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