Chemotherapy is defined as use of chemical substances in the treatment of a disease especially in the treatment of cancer using cytotoxic agents and other drugs. Chemotherapy agents are given mostly IV or IM, in some cases it can be given orally also. Chemotherapy drugs are given alone or in combination with the other drugs. The main side effects with chemotherapy are nausea, vomiting and hair loss. Chemotherapy journals deals with the use of drugs and radiation for the treatment of cancer.
Related journals of Chemotherapy
Cancer Science and Therapy, Carcinogenesis, Chemotherapy, Infection and Chemotherapy, Antimicrobial Chemotherapy, Chemotherapy Research.
Chemotherapy works by stopping or slowing down the growth of cancerous cells, while doing this to some extent it may also harm healthy cells. depending upon the type of cancer the chemotherapy drugs are decided. chemotherapy can be given in many ways injections, intra peritoneal, oral, tropical, intra venous. there are more than 100 chemotherepic drugs available. the drugs can be given alone or in combinations.
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