Chemotherapy is a treatment used to attack rapidly-growing cancer cells. Learn why it is used, what to expect, and how to cope with the side effects.
Chemotherapy is used as a treatment for most people with metastatic breast cancer. When depends on receptor status, previous treatments, and more.
Oral chemotherapy drugs, including pills and liquid, are available to treat some types of cancer. Learn more about how they’re used.
Treatment options for leukemia may include chemotherapy, monoclonal antibodies, immunotherapy, and/or bone marrow/stem cell transplantation.
Combination chemotherapy is the use of more than one drug together. Learn about its uses alone and with immunotherapy, and the benefits and risks.
Chemotherapy may be used as a treatment for lung cancer. Learn about some of the medications, possible side effects, and combinations with other drugs.
What exactly is palliative chemotherapy, what are the goals of this treatment, and what questions should you ask before deciding?
Chemoimmunotherapy combines chemotherapy and immunotherapy to treat cancer. Learn about the benefits, risks, and examples currently being used.
The treatment of small cell lung cancer may include chemotherapy, radiation, immunotherapy, surgery, or clinical trials. Learn about your options.
Check out this list of things you don't want to be without during chemotherapy. A dozen things you need to bring to make your treatment go smoothly.