APC is a mixture of aspirin, phenacetin, and caffeine which has been used in medicines intended to cure symptoms of colds and headaches but has been banned by the FDA due to phenacetin's potential for kidney damage and its carcinogenic properties.(abbreviation)
An example of a medicine that previously contained APC is Anacin.
The definition of apc is an abbreviation for an armored personnel carrier which is a vehicle the military uses to move troops.(abbreviation)
An example of a place in which an APC might be used is Afghanistan.
See APC in Webster's New World College Dictionary
Origin: a(cetylsalicylic acid), p(henacetin), and c(affeine)
See APC in American Heritage Dictionary 4
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