Also called IV therapy, intravenous chemo often is through a catheter tube in a vein. Some patients are given an IV infusion device, which stay in longer than an IV catheter.
Given as a shot, usually in a muscle, the fatty part of an arm or leg, or the belly.
Using a thin catheter, chemotherapy directly targets a tumor while sparing healthy tissue.
Chemotherapy is delivered directly into the peritoneum (tissue lining the stomach cavity and surrounding abdominal organs). It targets cancers directly.
Drugs may be taken in pill, capsule or liquid form.
Cream rubbed on the skin.