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Denoting treatment for cancer involving the injection of a cytotoxic compound which is relatively inactive until activated by a laser beam after collecting in the tumour:‘patients are being treated with photodynamic therapy’
- ‘The efficacy of photodynamic treatment may be increased by adjuvant treatments.’
- ‘New treatments such as photodynamic therapy and macular surgery may limit the extent of visual loss and in a few cases even restore sight.’
- ‘Other options include endoscopic ablation with thermal or photodynamic therapy.’
- ‘He also did original work in photodynamic therapy for bladder cancers.’
- ‘It is suitable for a number of medical applications including photodynamic therapy for cancer treatments, ophthalmology, and dermatology.’
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