Anti-Cancer Drug Cycle

An Anti-Cancer Drug Cycle is a CLINICAL INTERVENTION.

An Anti-Cancer Drug Cycle is the period of time during which anti-cancer drugs are administered to a PATIENT in an agreed pattern.

Cycle is a long-established term used to denote the repeating pattern of many Chemotherapy Programmes / Chemotherapy Regimens.

A new Anti-Cancer Drug Cycle commences when the original pattern starts again.

 

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pluralAnti-Cancer Drug Cycles