busulfan

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bu·sul·fan

 (byo͞o-sŭl′fən)
n.
An alkylating agent, C6H14O6S2, that is used as an antineoplastic drug in the treatment of chronic myelogenous leukemia.

[bu(tane) + alteration of sulfon(ate).]
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busulfan

(bjuːˈsʌlfæn)
n
a drug used to treat cancer
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busulfan

n busulfán m, busulfano (INN)
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