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polychemotherapy

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  • noun Chemotherapy involving several different drugs.

Etymologies

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poly- +‎ chemotherapy

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  • “I estimate that 10,000 lives could be saved by the early aggressive use of polychemotherapy in breast cancer, as compared with the negligible number of lives, perhaps several thousand, now being saved,” one prominent critic wrote.

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  • “I estimate that 10,000 lives could be saved by the early aggressive use of polychemotherapy in breast cancer, as compared with the negligible number of lives, perhaps several thousand, now being saved,” one prominent critic wrote.

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  • “I estimate that 10,000 lives could be saved by the early aggressive use of polychemotherapy in breast cancer, as compared with the negligible number of lives, perhaps several thousand, now being saved,” one prominent critic wrote.

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  • A marked improvement of results was obtained in HR patients when conventional BFM therapy was intensified with three polychemotherapy blocks and double delayed intensification (Study 95).

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  • A marked improvement of results was obtained in HR patients when conventional BFM therapy was intensified with three polychemotherapy blocks and double delayed intensification (Study 95).

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  • L-asparaginase (randomized) allowed to compensate for this disadvantage; in high-risk patients (HR, 15 %), substitution of intensive polychemotherapy blocks for conventional BFM backbone failed to improve results.

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  • L-asparaginase (randomized) allowed to compensate for this disadvantage; in high-risk patients (HR, 15 %), substitution of intensive polychemotherapy blocks for conventional BFM backbone failed to improve results.

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  • Patients and methods: Patients with invasive ductal breast cancer where polychemotherapy was indicated were monitored in the period from 2005-2007.

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  • Patients and methods: Patients with invasive ductal breast cancer where polychemotherapy was indicated were monitored in the period from 2005-2007.

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  • Variants of non-Hodgkin’s lymphomas, which were curable with polychemotherapy by 1986, would have added another 2,000 lives, bringing the total up to about 5,000, but Cairns did not include these cures in his initial metric.

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