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 What is the chemistry behind chemotherapy?

Answer Chemotherapy is the use of toxic chemicals to kill cancer cells. A wide range of chemicals can be used in chemotherapy, and there are a variety of different ways in which chemotherapy drugs harm ca... Read More »
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How much does chemotherapy?

There are more than 75 chemotherapy drugs used for over 200 types of cancer in many hundreds of different regimens. I suggest that the research paper be devoted to chemotherapy for one specific ty... Read More »
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What is in chemotherapy?

Chemotherapy is the use of drugs to kill bacteria, viruses, fungi, and cancer cells. The use of penicillin to treat strep throat, or aspirin to prevent heart attacks are considered chemotherapy. Ho... Read More »
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When is Chemotherapy necessary?

There is more than one type of breast cancer.Some require mastectomy or lumpectomy.Followed by chemo.or radiationIn my case I had DCIS which required a mastectomy,followed by no further treatment. ... Read More »
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What is chemotherapy?

Chemotherapy, or chemo for short, refers to a variety of drugs that are used to treat cancer. Chemotherapy may be used by itself, before or after surgery to remove cancerous cells or along with rad... Read More »
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