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ABVD is the common chemotherapy treatment currently used to treat Hodgkin Lymphoma. ABVD is an acronym for the drugs used in the treatment. A is for Adriamycin (also known as doxorubicin or hyroxydaunorubicin). B is for Bleomycin. V is for Vinblastine. D is for Dacrbazine.
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ABVD is the common [[chemotherapy|chemotherapy]] treatment currently used to treat [[Hodgkin Lymphoma|Hodgkin Lymphoma]]. ABVD is an acronym for the drugs used in the treatment. A is for [[Adriamycin|Adriamycin]] (also known as [[doxorubicin|doxorubicin]] or [[hyroxydaunorubicin|hyroxydaunorubicin]]). B is for [[Bleomycin|Bleomycin]]. V is for [[Vinblastine|Vinblastine]]. D is for [[Dacrbazine|Dacrbazine]].

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ABVD is the common chemotherapy treatment currently used to treat Hodgkin Lymphoma. ABVD is an acronym for the drugs used in the treatment. A is for Adriamycin (also known as doxorubicin or hyroxydaunorubicin). B is for Bleomycin. V is for Vinblastine. D is for Dacrbazine.

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