Dr. Black has to send his post surgery patients into the chemo wards and at that point his success rate is dismal.
The woman talked of her hardships, of the traumas her daughter experienced, of chemo and radiation.
It may just require some self-sacrifice like, say, selling your car to afford the chemo.
Her body was being destroyed by chemo and I became devoted to helping her.
When the diet and lifestyle habits catch onto that chemo in the DNA, it is like throwing kerosene on a grass fire.
He told me that during his chemo he never missed a day of work in the Senate.
As a private patient I got to see him in a room with nicer chairs, and I had a better view from the chemo suite.
He points to the IV stand in the corner of the picture, clearly showing it was taken during one of his chemo sessions.
Violet suffers from mouth cancer and is in the final stages of chemo, which has claimed most of her hair.
He goes to the hospital practically every day for what he called a quick shot of chemo.
chemo che·mo (kē'mō, kěm'ō)
Chemotherapy or a chemotherapeutic treatment.
chemo- or chemi- or chem-
Chemicals; chemical: chemotherapy.