Examining X-Rays of a Cancer Patient <br />
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FDA oncologist Gerald Sokol examines x-rays of a cancer patient as part of his studies of possible links between patients’ biological rhythms and drug toxicity. His work and that of others have shown that the administration of drugs taking into account chronobiology (timing of biological cycles and rhythms) can optimize efficacy and minimize toxicity.
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Examining X-Rays of a Cancer Patient

FDA oncologist Gerald Sokol examines x-rays of a cancer patient as part of his studies of possible links between patients’ biological rhythms and drug toxicity. His work and that of others have shown that the administration of drugs taking into account chronobiology (timing of biological cycles and rhythms) can optimize efficacy and minimize toxicity.

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Source: Food and Drug Administration
Date: 11 Nov 1918
Location: United States of Anerica
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