Weekly NCLEX/HESI Question for February 17


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February 17

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A 61 year patient is admitted for an assessment of an oral carcinoma. She and her family are considering which option is the best type of treatment. She expresses fear and confusion about the mixture of chemotherapeutic medication. She states she has seen her friend experience especially unpleasant side effects. As her caregiver what can you say to help her understand chemotherapy use?
Chemotherapeutic methods of treatment are more successful than radiation.
A mixture of chemotherapeutic drugs lessen the chances of side effects.
Successful cancer treatment involves several specific medications.
There is less of a possibility of recurrence when several medications are used.
Question 1 Explanation: 
The correct answer is (c). Treating cancer successfully involves a series of medication.
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