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How do medications treat basaloid squamous cell carcinoma?

If medications are used to treat basaloid squamous cell carcinoma, it's usually through chemotherapy. In most cases, surgery is the first line of treatment. After surgery, doctors may suggest chemotherapy, which uses strong drugs to destroy any remaining cancerous cells.

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