Salvage Therapy And Treatment
Salvage therapy is a term for any treatment you receive after standard treatments have failed. It can take on many forms depending on what condition you’re treating and your overall health.
Your salvage therapy could include medications, chemotherapy, radiation, surgery, and more. Clinical trials and experimental medications are also considered salvage therapy.
If your condition requires salvage therapy, your doctor will discuss with you exactly what it’ll look like in your situation.
What is salvage therapy?
Salvage therapy is also known as rescue therapy. Salvage therapy isn’t a specific treatment or medication. The term is used to describe treatments given to people who can’t tolerate or haven’t responded to other treatments.
Salvage therapy can take on a few different forms depending on the condition and the person.
Generally, salvage therapy consists of medications that are known to have more severe side effects than earlier treatments. Salvage therapy can also take the form of experimental medications, or those that are under scientific trial for a condition.
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