What Are The Drugs, Timetable And Possible Side Effects Expected With The TC Chemotherapy Protocol?

Question: What Are The Drugs, Timetable And Possible Side Effects Expected With The TC Chemotherapy Protocol?

Answer: TC is docetaxel and cyclophosphamide. This is a recently developed regimen which is really intended to replace the doxorubicin in the older AC combination. These two drugs -- docetaxel and cyclophosphamide -- are given once every three weeks, four times in total. There are a wide range of typical side effects associated with this treatment, and a patient's doctor will discuss these side effects with her in detail.

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