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PostPosted: Mon Jun 04, 2012 7:18 pm 
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How do chemotherapy drugs interact chemically with cancer to kill the cancerous cells? I have to give a chemistry project tomorrow in class and I need to have a basic understanding of what goes on chemically between chemotherapy drugs and the cancerous cells. Like what element interacts with what and how the chemo drugs stop the cancer cells from replicating. If anyone even has a most basic chemical explanation as to what occurs I would really appreciate it.
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