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Medical Oncology

Medical Oncology

Chemotherapy: Chemotherapy is a type of cancer treatment that slows down and destroys the fast-growing cancerous cells that spread to other parts of the body. Various drugs are used in chemotherapy treatment. There are two types of chemotherapy: adjuvant Chemotherapy and neoadjuvant Chemotherapy.

Immunotherapy: Immunotherapy enhances the immune system of the body to fight against cancer. In immunotherapy, either cells from the patient's body are taken out, modified and implanted again or treatments invented at the laboratory are injected in the body to enhance the immune system.

Targeted therapy: Targeted therapy targets specific genes or proteins found in the cancerous cells. This therapy helps stop the cancer spreading to other parts of the body.

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