How chemotherapy is given (BSL)

Published: 17 June 2019

This video explains how chemotherapy is given. It talks about cycles of treatment, where you will have it, and how long it takes. It also explains the different ways of having chemotherapy, for example by injection, through a cannula, through a PICC line, through a central line, through an implantable port or as tablets.

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