Chemotherapy chemo is often used to treat colorectal cancer. It's the use of drugs to kill cancer cells. Doctors give chemo in cycles, with each treatment followed by a rest period to give the body time to recover. Chemotherapy cycles generally last about 2 to 4 weeks. People usually get at least several cycles of treatment.
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My Experience with Oral Chemotherapy
What is chemotherapy for colon cancer? - Information and support - Macmillan Cancer Support
A number of novel oral chemotherapeutic agents are entering practice or are under development in the United States. Many of these agents display significant clinical activity against colorectal cancer. Many classes of compounds, including fluoropyrimidine analogs, dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase DPD inhibitors, topoisomerase inhibitors, farnesyl transferase inhibitors, and others, are being developed for oral administration. This manuscript describes the progress of clinical development of these agents and also explores the relative merits and challenges of these approaches.
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Oral versus intravenous chemotherapy for colorectal cancer
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My oncologist and surgeon wanted me on chemo, but Irinotecan was doing me more harm than good. I felt I did not have a good quality of life because I was constantly sick, always in the clinic and having to take shots to boost my white blood cell counts. At this point we decided to stop the chemo and see what we could do once my body recuperated. I was excited to discuss this with my oncologist. He found a new surgeon and together we made decisions about my care.