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His group is now conducting another trial to compare people who are treated with the poliovirus therapy alone, or with the poliovirus and a single dose of chemotherapy.
Now, the Miller is preparing to face the side effects of chemotherapy.
Orlando City goalkeeper Mason Stajduhar completed his final round of chemotherapy Tuesday, participating in a bell ringing ceremony to mark the end of six months of treatment for Ewing Sarcoma, a form of bone cancer.
Doctors caught the malignancies early and now Aslanian, 19, of La Habra is cancer-free following several rounds of chemotherapy.
According to another Instagram post four days ago, Miller recently began another round of chemotherapy.
The third patient, treated at Montefiore last November, had an acute form of the disease and had already been through several types of chemotherapy.
Orze will therefore undergo at least one round of chemotherapy soon just in case the inflammation is due to any remaining cancer cells.
The cost of chemotherapy can range from $40,000 to $80,000 for treatment after breast surgery, Dr. Sparano said.
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CHEMOTHERAPY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of chemotherapy for English Language Learners
medical : the use of chemicals to treat or control a disease (such as cancer)
medical Definition of chemotherapy
- Pyrazinamide is one of the most important drugs in modern chemotherapy of tuberculosis …
- —Max Salfinger et al., The Journal of the American Medical Association, 22 Mar. 1995
- Cancer cells mutate at a furious rate, and they can evolve the means to resist most chemotherapy drugs, requiring higher and more toxic doses to achieve an effect.
- —Shannon Brownlee and Nancy Shute, U.S. News & World Report, 18 May 1998
- Neutropenia and infection are major dose-limiting side effects of chemotherapy.
- —Jeffrey Crawford et al., The New England Journal of Medicine, 18 July 1991
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