How Long Does Chemo Stay in Your System?


It is very difficult to say how long chemo will stay in your system. How long it takes for the body to rid itself of the drugs associated with chemotherapy varies from person to person. Factors such as age, any medications that you are taking and how your kidneys and liver are functioning are all relative to the time it takes for chemo to leave the body.
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