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Consolidation therapy

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Description of Consolidation therapy

Consolidation therapy: A type of high-dose chemotherapy often given as the second phase (after induction therapy) of a cancer treatment regimen for leukemia. Also called intensification therapy.
Source: National Institute of Health

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