Chemotherapy in eye cancer

  • R Dolland

Abstract

Chemotherapy is one of several treatment strategies used to halt the uncontrolled division, proliferation and unpredictable growth patterns of malignant cells.

Cancer chemotherapy research is a multibillion-dollar industry, which began in
the early 20th century when mustard gas was used in World War I as a chemical warfare agent and was found to be a suppressor of haematopoiesis.

Published
2013-04-29
Section
Articles

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eISSN: 2078-5143
print ISSN: 0256-2170