Sunday, January 24, 2010

Chemotherapy How Do Chemotherapy Drugs Interact Chemically With Cancer Cells To Get Rid Of The Cancerous Cells?

How do chemotherapy drugs interact chemically with cancer cells to get rid of the cancerous cells? - chemotherapy

I have a project in chemistry class tomorrow and I have a basic understanding of what they have in the chemistry between the chemotherapeutic agents and cancer cells. As the element that interacts with what and how drugs can prevent cancer cells from reproducing chemotherapy. If someone has a chemical basis for the explanation or what's really happening, that I appreciate it.

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