BMS 445, Spring 1996
G.L. Coppoc, DVM, PhD

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This section on chemotherapy includes a massive load of drug categories, names, mechanisms of action, pharmacokinetic properties, adverse effects, and major indications. It can be overwhelming if one does not keep up! It is guaranteed that you will not be able to master the material in the week before the exam.

An excellent approach to this material is to first be sure you know the various categories of drugs that will be presented and the drugs that belong to those categories. Except for very commonly used drugs and drugs that constitute important prototypes, for this course we will assume that members of the group inherit group characteristics. Therefore, a reasonable approach is as follows:

Gordon L. Coppoc, DVM, PhD
Professor and Head
Department of Basic Medical Sciences
School of Veterinary Medicine
Purdue University
West Lafayette, IN 47907-1246
Tel: 317-494-8633
Fax: 317-494-0781

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