Xeloda Cancer Drug Eliminates Fingerprints

 - May 31, 2009   Updated: Jun 16 2011
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Recently a 62-year-old man was found without fingerprints due to his use of Xeloda, a cancer medication. The drug seems to have caused a lot of peeling to his fingers, leaving the man without fingerprints.

This came to attention when the man, known as Mr. S, tried to travel to the U.S. Apparently, very few patients experience this side effect, but it is known to happen.

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