How can i break down how the biological approach has been applied to chemotherapy so that it is easier to learn?

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My exam board is WJEC. I was wondering if there is a simpler way of remembering how the biological approach has been applied to Chemotherapy as there is a lot of complicated language applied to the approach such as Benzodiazepines. I was also wondering whether it is possible to refer to words such as these by abreviation rather than their full names?

Posted Wed 10th April, 2013 @ 16:23 by Eloise Simes

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My teacher says that as long as you explain what the drugs are you can refer to them as BZs.

There are three types of drugs:

  1. Antipsychotic drugs (such as chlorpromazine and clozapine)
  2. Antidepressant drugs (such as SSRIs)
  3. Anti-anxiety drugs (such as Benzodiazephines BZs e.g. Librium or Valium and Beta-blockers BBs)

I'm on a different board to you but hopefully this is helpful, feel free to inbox me if you need any other help :)

Answered Thu 18th April, 2013 @ 16:24 by Georgia