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User Voices for Chlorotrianisene

The following are comments from users that experienced side effects while taking Chlorotrianisene

Hepatic Failure

... chemoembloiztion last Tuesday, I was told the side effect wouldn't be to bad. here it is 10 days later and he's back in the hospital with kidney failure, and liver failure . I was devasated. the doctor...

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Decreased Appetite

had TACE procedure in february. side effects include fatigue, loss of appetite , constipation and high blood pressure which lasted about two weeks

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... work, etc. she was told the night before by the insurance company that they would not cover the procedure! They now claim that "TACE is considered experimental/ investigational and, therefore, not cove...

Source: Transcatheter Arterial Chemoembolizati...

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Personality Change

... liver tumors. They told us that he would be in the hospital for approx 4-5 days....we are going on 10 days now. He got very confused and a bit violent with a great personality change from about the ...

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