Definition of combination therapy in English:

combination therapy

Line breaks: com¦bin|ation ther|apy


[mass noun]
Treatment in which a patient is given two or more drugs (or other therapeutic agents) for a single disease.
More example sentences
  • A number of interventions exists for weight loss including diet, exercise, behavioural therapy, drug therapy, surgery and combination therapy.
  • They conducted this study to compare the efficacy of single versus combination therapy in the treatment of head lice.
  • If adequate control is not obtained with the use of a single agent, combination therapy is an option.

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