Chemotherapy in the afternoon dramatically improves treatment outcomes in female lymphoma patients: Study

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Chemotherapy is a commonly used regimen for cancer treatment, but it is also a double-edged sword. While the drugs are highly effective at killing cancer cells, they are also notorious for killing healthy cells in the body. As such, minimizing the drug’s damage to the patient’s body is necessary to improve the prognosis of chemotherapy.

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