About this group
As radiation and chemo drugs attack cancer cells, they may also damage healthy cells and cause side effects in the process. Not all patients will experience side effects, yet for those who do, the duration and degree can vary.
Working with their healthcare providers, patients can explore various remedies for their side effects. Some conditions can be managed with supplements or changes in diet and routine, while others may require medications.
Learning about the various options to alleviate the discomfort of therapy side effects, patients are more equipped to manage their treatment.
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- Treatment Side Effects Support