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A patient with a diagnosis of bladder cancer is started on a chemotherapeutic regimen that includes three agents. What is the rationale for using multiple antineoplastic agents?
A)The use of three agents decreases the development of cell resistance.
B)The use of three agents increases adherence to treatment.
C)The use of three agents increases the serum levels of one of the agents.
D)The use of three agents decreases the total adverse effects.
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Most chemotherapy regimens involve a combination of drugs with different actions at the cellular level, which destroys a greater number of cancer cells and reduces the risk of the cancer developing drug resistance.

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