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Topical fluorouracil (Carac, Efudex, Fluoroplex) is a medication prescribed for the treatment of conditions of the skin such as skin cancer, psoriasis, and keratosis. Side effects, drug interactions, pregnancy safety, and warnings and precautions should be reviewed prior to taking this drug.

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  • Fluoroplex