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Chemotherapy, or chemo for short, is a broad term to describe the use of chemical agents to prevent the division of cells with the intent of stopping a cancerous growth. When paired with other forms of therapy, it is possible to slow down, stop and then remove the cancer from the body.
Direct introduction to the body.
Chemotherapy given once you are in remission with the expressed purpose of extending this period.
Consolidation Chemotherapy without Induction.
Surgery plus a combination of radiation, induction, and oral medication.
Using a variety of chemicals to increase the chance of avoiding resistance and allow the use of a smaller dose.
Chemo given at the site in advance of surgery with the intent of shrinking the cancer before surgery.