Chemotherapy is the use of chemical substances to treat disease. In its modern-day use, it refers primarily to cytotoxic drugs used to treat cancer. In its non-oncological use, the term may also refer to antibiotics (antibacterial chemotherapy). In that sense, the first modern chemotherapeutic agent was Paul Ehrlich's arsphenamine, an arsenic compound discovered in 1909 and used to treat syphilis. This was later followed by sulfonamides discovered by Domagk and penicillin G discovered by Ale ...
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Menopause and Chemotherapy
... Cancer and its treatment will undoubtedly cause many changes in your life. One change you may experience from chemotherapy is the development of the symptoms of menopause. How chemotherapy impacts the...
Source: Cleveland Clinic