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How some drugs can turn into a cancer-causing chemical in the body

By C. Michael White, Distinguished Professor and Head of the Department of Pharmacy Practice, University of Connecticut
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A probable carcinogen known as NDMA can be created in a patient's drug or body even if there was no NDMA in the manufactured drug as it left the factory.

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