Health Conditions

Melanoma

What is Melanoma?

Melanoma is a type of skin cancer. Symptoms include a mole or sore that is asymmetric, different color, and always changing. Causes include sun damage and UV light damage from tanning beds. A family history of melanoma is a risk factor.

Treatment for melanoma include surgery, chemotherapy, and radiation therapy. Common drug classes used to treat melanoma are alkylating drugs, lymphocyte growth factors, interferon alphas, kinase inhibitors, antimetabolites, and CTLA-4 antagonists.
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Melanoma:
Drug Classes

Antimetabolites

(13 drugs)As low as $24

Kinase Inhibitors

(46 drugs)As low as $204

Alkylating Drugs

(19 drugs)As low as $204

Interferon Alphas

(4 drugs)As low as $3156

PD Inhibitors

(2 drugs)As low as $2828

CTLA-4 Antagonists

(1 drugs)As low as $23182

Lymphocyte Growth Factors

(1 drugs)As low as $
Note: Popularity is based on total prescriptions for the brand and generic versions of each drug, regardless of the condition being treated. Some drugs are prescribed for multiple conditions.
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