pomalidomide

Myeloma vs Pomalidomide - What's the difference?

myeloma | pomalidomide |


As nouns the difference between myeloma and pomalidomide

is that myeloma is (pathology) a malignant tumour arising from cells of the bone marrow, specifically plasma cells while pomalidomide is (medicine) a derivative of thalidomide used to treat some myelomas.

Thalidomide vs Pomalidomide - What's the difference?

thalidomide | pomalidomide |


As nouns the difference between thalidomide and pomalidomide

is that thalidomide is (pharmaceutical drug) oxopiperidin-3-yl)-1h-isoindole-1,3(2h)dione c13h10n2[[oxygen|o4 — a drug that was sold during the late 1950s and 1960s as a sleeping aid, and to pregnant women as an antiemetic to combat morning sickness and other symptoms, but was withdrawn after being proven to cause severe birth defects, such as phocomelia; currently used to treat leprosy while pomalidomide is (medicine) a derivative of thalidomide used to treat some myelomas.