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Academic Question: Name of oral drug for treating toe fungus in early 90s

Discussion in 'General Issues and Discussion Forum' started by MoreCowbell, Jul 16, 2020.

  1. MoreCowbell

    MoreCowbell Welcome New Poster


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    Hello ... new to this forum.

    I have a curiosity question that is purely academic. I'm trying to remember the name of the drug I used to take orally in the early 90s for toe nail fungus. I understand the drug was eventually removed by FDA due to possibly side effects to the liver (as I recall). It's a short name (6-8 letters, as I recall) and one I'd recognize if I saw it.

    Any podiatrist near 70 who treated toe nail fungus would probably know this drug.
     
  2. AtomAnt

    AtomAnt Active Member

    There was Griseofulvin from years ago - it came under different tradenames
     
  3. MoreCowbell

    MoreCowbell Welcome New Poster

    No, that wasn't it but I think it began with a 'G'. A much shorter name but similar to what you suggested.

    Grusin?
    Grisin?

    ? ? ?
     
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