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The risk of solid cancer after chemotherapy

Subsequent malignant neoplasms (SMNs) are one of the most serious and potentially lethal complications of cancer and its therapy. Radiotherapy has been known to be a human carcinogen, however, a growing body bolsters the selective contribution of chemotherapeutic agents to SMN risk. Cisplatin binds to and destructs ...

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Oral Mucositis – A Common Cancer Therapy Adverse Reaction

Oral Mucositis is a commonly occurring, most debilitating complication of cancer chemotherapy and radiotherapy. It can be characterized by inflammation and ulceration in the oral cavity caused by the chemotherapeutic drugs and radiotherapy used in cancer treatment. Potential complications of oral mucositis include p...

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