|Fluorouracil is an antimetabolite antineoplastic (anti-cancer) that is involved in the palliative treatment of colon, breast, ovary, liver, pancreatic, rectal, and stomach cancer.||Imiquimod belongs to a category of drugs called modifiers of immune responses. It is believed to function to combat these irregular skin growths by helping to activate the immune system.|
|Fluorouracil cream and topical solution are used for treating actinic or solar keratoses. The cream and solution is used for treating a type of skin cancer called superficial basal cell carcinoma.||Imiquimod is used to treat precancerous growths in the skin caused by actinic keratosis (AK). Too much exposure to the sun triggers AK.|
|Some of the common side effects of Fluorouracil are:
||Some of the common side effects of Imiquimod are:
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