Iressa (Gefitinib)

It is a prescription drug for persons who have non-small cell lung cancer (NSCLC) that has progressed to other parts of their bodies. It works by slowing or preventing cancer cell proliferation. Gefitinib inhibits the activity of a certain protein (an enzyme called tyrosine kinase). Proton pump inhibitors/PPIs, H2 blockers, and antacids are examples of medications that limit or prevent stomach acid absorption, making gefitinib less effective. Select your dosage below to view available brand and generic Iressa cost and place your order. Save up to 90% by using our Gefitinib coupon.

Iressa

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Product of Turkey
Prescription Required
Manufactured by Niphro Pharma
Product of Canada
Prescription Required
Manufactured by Astrazeneca
Product of India
Prescription Required
Manufactured by Novartis

Generic Alternatives

Product of India
Prescription Required
Manufactured by Cipla Limited

Brand Choices

Product of Turkey
Prescription Required
Manufactured by Niphro Pharma
Product of Canada
Prescription Required
Manufactured by Astrazeneca
Product of India
Prescription Required
Manufactured by Novartis

Generic Alternatives

Product of India
Prescription Required
Manufactured by Cipla Limited

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