American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition
- n. Informal Chemotherapy or a chemotherapeutic treatment.
- n. informal Short for chemotherapy.
“Every day she goes without chemo is a chance for that thing (the tumor) to grow, Kathy says.”
“ThinkProgressPromotesSocialism, care to tell me where this magical hospital that writes off chemo is so I can call and verify this?”
“Do you think she felt like a failure when she was in chemo and possibly less able to take care of her daughter and day to-day activities?”
“It's the best appetite help - if you have a loved one wasting away in chemo you'll want this.”
“In turn, I was grateful to connect with them and pay forward what I had learned about this post-chemo phenomenon we sometimes call chemo brain.”
“I got my blood counts back and need foods high in iron because the chemo is lowering the hemoglobin.”
“Update: Judy's chemo is put off for at least a week, but she seems clear of fever now, so things are getting better.”
“And busting people who use marijuana because it relieves some of the pain of chemo is just sick.”
“My further care depends on whether chemo is an option for buying more time, or if the best course of action is to go for comfort and just ride the wave as long as I’ve got.”
“You get pushed out of what I call the chemo bubble into the world of family and friends.”
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Some make me cry, some make me mad, some sound nasty, some, well, you get the idea.
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