Buy Avastin : Bevacizumab 400 Mg Injection Online


Brand Name : Avastin
Composition : Bevacizumab
Manufactured by : Roche Holding AG
Strength : 400 mg/16mL
Form : Injection
Packing : Pack of 1 Vial


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What is Bevacizumab (Avastin) ?

Find out what bevacizumab is, how you have it and other important information about having bevacizumab.

Bevacizumab is a cancer treatment drug and is also known by its brand name, Avastin.

It is a treatment for many different types of cancers.

How it works

Bevacizumab targets a cancer cell protein called vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF). This protein helps cancers to grow blood vessels, so they can get food and oxygen from the blood. All cancers need a blood supply to be able to survive and grow.

Bevacizumab blocks this protein and stops the cancer from growing blood vessels, so it is starved and can’t grow. Treatments that interfere with the development of a blood supply are called anti angiogenesis treatments.

How you have it

You have bevacizumab (Avastin) as a drip into your bloodstream.

Drugs into your bloodstream

You have the treatment through a drip into your arm. A nurse puts a small tube (a cannula) into one of your veins and connects the drip to it.

You might need a central line. This is a long plastic tube that gives the drugs into a large vein, either in your chest or through a vein in your arm. It stays in while you’re having treatment, which may be for a few months.

When you have it

You have the first dose of bevacizumab over 90 minutes. If you don’t have any problems, you have the second dose over 60 minutes. The third dose takes 30 minutes. Every dose after that will take 30 minutes.

You usually have bevacizumab (Avastin) every 2 to 3 weeks. Treatment usually continues for as long as it controls your cancer.

Tests during treatment

You have blood tests before starting treatment and during your treatment. They check your levels of blood cells and other substances in the blood. They also check how well your liver and kidneys are working..

Important information

Other medicines, foods and drink

Cancer drugs can interact with some other medicines and herbal products. Tell your doctor or pharmacist about any medicines you are taking. This includes vitamins, herbal supplements and over the counter remedies.

Pregnancy and contraception

This drug may harm a baby developing in the womb. It is important not to become pregnant while you are having treatment and for a few months afterwards. Talk to your doctor or nurse about effective contraception before starting treatment.

Loss of fertility

You may not be able to become pregnant or father a child after treatment with this drug. Talk to your doctor before starting treatment if you think you may want to have a baby in the future. Men may be able to store sperm before starting treatment. Women may be able to store eggs or ovarian tissue but this is rare.


Don’t breastfeed during this treatment and for 6 months afterwards. The drug may come through in the breast milk.

Treatment for other conditions

Always tell other doctors, nurses, pharmacists or dentists that you’re having this treatment if you need treatment for anything else, including teeth problems.


Don’t have immunisations with live vaccines while you’re having treatment and for at least 6 months afterwards.

In the UK, live vaccines include rubella, mumps, measles, BCG, yellow fever and shingles vaccine (Zostavax).

You can:

  • have other vaccines, but they might not give you as much protection as usual
  • have the flu vaccine
  • be in contact with other people who’ve had live vaccines as injections

Avoid contact with people who’ve had live vaccines taken by mouth (oral vaccines). This includes the rotavirus vaccine given to babies. The virus is in the baby’s urine for up to 2 weeks and can make you ill. So, avoid changing their nappies for 2 weeks after their vaccination if possible. Or wear disposable gloves and wash your hands well afterwards.

You also need to avoid anyone who has had oral polio or typhoid vaccination recently.

Slow wound healing

Bevacizumab (Avastin) can make wounds heal more slowly. You won’t have bevacizumab until at least 28 days after surgery or until any wounds have completely healed.


The information provided here is for general educational purposes only and does not constitute medical or pharmaceutical advice which should be sought from qualified medical and pharmaceutical advisers.
Remember, keep this and all other medicines out of the reach of children and away from pets, never share your medicines with others, and use this medication only for the indication prescribed.
The information contained herein is not intended to cover all possible uses, directions, precautions, warnings, drug interactions, allergic reactions, or adverse effects. If you have questions about the drugs you are taking, check with your doctor, nurse or pharmacist.

6 reviews for Buy Avastin : Bevacizumab 400 Mg Injection Online

  1. Julie Ann

    I began taking Bevacizumab in June 2018. Since then I have had three CT Scans. The CT Scans have shown marked reduction. I have had few side effects if any. This drug was designed to give cancer patients like me more time.

  2. Cliffy

    Very satisfied with this drug. PSA dropped from 40 to 15 in 3 months. No side effects noticed.

  3. Bethela Roberts

    I was diagnosed with stage 4 nsclc , in Oct. 2014 it had metastasized into my right humerous, after radiation and chemo the cancer went into remission, so I was put on Bevacizumab it’s been typical side effects, face rash ,diarrhea, tired all the time,, but I have had 3 pet scans at 3 months apart all negative. I am a 49 year old man, non smoker

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  5. Marko

    My dad has been taking Bevacizumab for 6 weeks, PSA went from 31 to 27.8 in this period. I hope it will decrease further in the days ahead! He’s treating prostate cancer for 10 years, bone mets since 2015. No side effects from Bevacizumab so far.

  6. Radcliff

    My dad was given Bevacizumab in 2008 after having radiation treatment and I guess he was part of a clinical trial. It shrank his lung cancer mass and his current x rays show that his lungs are clear

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