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40% increase in the risk of bladder cancer. Respiratory agents
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most 200,000 patients with type 2 diabetes not be used in patients with active bladder Antiulcerants
found that overall, there was no increased cancer, and that it be used cautiously in pa- Antidepressants
risk of bladder cancer pioglitazone users tients with a history of bladder cancer.
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