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 adj.— «Because her breast was so engorged, Nixon had to undergo three months of what’s known as “neoadjunct” chemotherapy, which is administered prior to surgery—instead of after—to shrink large tumors.» —“No gain, no loss, only change” by AnnaMaria Stephens San Diego CityBeat (California) Oct. 30, 2007. (source: Double-Tongued Dictionary)

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