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Good nutrition and avoiding weight loss is very important during treatment. Therefore the Cancer Centers of America has compiled a list of food choices that will assist the function of your immune ... more
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Created Nov 14, 2012 in Patient Empowerment's resources · Like3
Many chemotherapy drugs and radiation cause a great deal of skin issues for people living with cancer. This book highlights the best way to manage your skin care by Dr. Mario Lacouture, Associate ... more
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This is a brilliant product made by ComfortSlings, indispensable for protecting the skin of any large-breasted woman with a lumpectomy beneath her breast! I had absolutely no problems with skin ir... more

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