generally refers to treatment of disease through chemicals that kill cells - specifically those of micro-organisms or cancer. In colloquial use, it usually refers to anticancer drugs used to treat cancer or the combination of these drugs into a standardised treatment regimen. Other than cancer, chemotherapy may also refer to antibiotic treatment - antibacterial or antitubercular treatment (ATT).
Forecox contains a four-drug fixed dose combination of Rifampicin
, INH, Pyrazinamide
for treatment of TB.
B-long contains high dose of vitamin B6 and folic acid
to prevent some side effects of ATT.
These medicines do not interfere with detection of HIV antibodies for diagnosis.