cocktail therapy

A mixture of drugs used to treat a particular condition; while any mixture may be considered a ‘cocktail’—e.g., antibiotics or chemotherapeutics—the term has had most currency in immunology as a mixture of immunosuppressive agents for controlling rejection
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cocktail therapy

A mixture of drugs used to produce a particular effect
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