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PACLITAXEL INJECTION USP
WHAT IS PACLITAXEL?
Paclitaxel is a prescription cancer medicine. It is injected into a vein and it is used to treat different types of tumors. The tumors include advanced ovary and breast cancer. The tumors also include certain lung cancers (non-small cell) in people who cannot have surgery or radiation therapy. Paclitaxel may also be used to treat AIDS-related Kaposi's sarcoma.