sandwich therapy

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A combination of treatments in which one type of therapy is ‘sandwiched’ between exposures to another therapy. For example, surgical removal of a tumour may be ‘sandwiched’ between pre- and postoperative courses of radiotherapy. See also chemoradiotherapy, combined therapy.

Subjects: Medicine and Health.

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