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CHOP

Acronym for cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, Oncovin (vincristine), and prednisone, a chemotherapy regimen.

CHOP

[chop]
abbreviation for an anticancer drug combination that includes cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, vincristine, and prednisone.

CHOP

A popular, non-HUGO-sanctioned symbol for DDIT3.

CHOP

Oncology A 'first-generation' combination chemotherapy regimen used for low and intermediate-grade NHLs. See Chemotherapy, Non-Hodgkin's lymphoma, Remission.

CHOP

(chop)
Acronym for cyclophosphamide, doxorubicin, Oncovin (vincristine), and prednisone, a chemotherapeutic regimen.

chop

chopped hay; used extensively when pastured animals need supplementary roughage and are required to eat the meal provided in a short time. Housed animals receive the same supply in the form of hay in a rack or net. Called also chaff.

green chop
green feed that has been put through a chopper or forage harvester.
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But members of the council's planning policy team refused them permission to chop down a giant redwood and an ash tree which it had previously agreed to save.
Paul Johnson, 35, from Oxton, applied to the council to chop down the three giant leylandii which dwarf his three-storey Victorian home.
ANGRY residents are calling on the council to re-think its plans to chop down 30 horse chestnut trees which they say "bring character" to their Harborne street.
An aristocrat has sparked a row with his plans to chop down a protected tree.
Compay Segundo, after a colorful career in the '40s and '50s, had been dispatched to China to chop down trees as part of a labor exchange program.
PEOPLE who chop down or dig up Christmas trees in country parks are being warned they face being arrested for theft.
The proposal also would beef up penalties for violators - those who chop down a mature tree without notifying the city.
Under city ordinance, land owners must get a permit to chop down any oak tree that measures more than 6 inches in circumference at 4-1/2 feet from the ground.