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From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary Englishchemotherapyche·mo‧ther‧a‧py /ˌkiːməʊˈθerəpi, ˌke- $ -moʊ-/ noun [uncountable]  MIthe use of drugs to control and try to cure cancerradiotherapy
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chemotherapyWe sat with my parents and discussed chemotherapy.The sick man we see at his lowest during chemotherapy is not particularly brave, but he is very human.Browning said he had few side effects during the treatment and began eating steaks after the second week of chemotherapy.The agony of a year of chemotherapy at Stanford Medical Center she expected.Previously chemotherapy was most commonly used to treat men suffering from testicular cancer.No relevant chemotherapy was available at this time-the early I970s.Yet despite remedial chemotherapy and amputation the syndrome continued.He underwent chemotherapy and surgery to remove the tumor and his right testicle.
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