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Cyclophosphamide is the most commonly prescribed alkylating agent in clinical medicine. The usefulness of cyclophosphamide is often limited, however, by its propensity to cause hemorrhagic cystitis especially in children or patients receiving concomitant radiotherapy. Administration i.p. of cyclophosphamide at doses of 100 mg/kg or more to mice produced a significant increase in urinary bladder weight within 48 hr of treatment. The present studies demonstrate that disulfiram preventedpmid:6290038 fatcat:w7auhg7rhfhddllz2jzdq4o5ye