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    Management of Chemotherapy Induced Neuropathy

    Management of Chemotherapy Induced Neuropathy

    Chemotherapy induced neuropathy is a nerve discord that can cause weakness, numbness, tingling and pain. It is a common side of effect related to some types of chemotherapy.

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    Hand Foot Syndrome Related to Chemotherapy

    Hand Foot Syndrome Related to Chemotherapy

    Hand Foot Syndrome is a reaction of the skin on the palms of the and soles of the feet related to chemotherapy. Certain chemotherapeutic agents are known to cause Hand Foot Syndrome, including 5-FU, Capecitabine, Docetaxel, Cytarabine, Doxorubicin and Liposomal Doxorubicin. 

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    Can you use a cream during radiation treatment?

    Can you use a cream during radiation treatment?

    Many, if not most, patients receive advice that skin creams during radiation therapy can increase the radiation dose. New evidence shows that topical skin treatments...

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    How Lesley Nygaard Received Support from BREASTCANCER.ORG

    How Lesley Nygaard Received Support from BREASTCANCER.ORG

    My relationship with breastcancer.org started when I was first diagnosed with breast cancer in March of 2009...

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    Management of Chemotherapy Induced Neuropathy

    Management of Chemotherapy Induced Neuropathy

    Chemotherapy induced neuropathy is a nerve discord that can cause weakness, numbness, tingling and pain. It is a common side of effect related to some types of chemotherapy.

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    Hand Foot Syndrome Related to Chemotherapy

    Hand Foot Syndrome Related to Chemotherapy

    Hand Foot Syndrome is a reaction of the skin on the palms of the and soles of the feet related to chemotherapy. Certain chemotherapeutic agents are known to cause Hand Foot Syndrome, including 5-FU, Capecitabine, Docetaxel, Cytarabine, Doxorubicin and Liposomal Doxorubicin. 

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    Managing Radiation Dermatitis

    Managing Radiation Dermatitis

    Radiation dermatitis or radiation burn is a side effect of radiation therapy more than 90% of patients will have some form of radiation dermatitis or develop radiation burn.

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    Authority Magazine - Lesley Nygaard - An Interview With Savio P. Clemente

    Authority Magazine - Lesley Nygaard - An Interview With Savio P. Clemente

    Rely on your network of family and friends support community Help may come from places you never expected and in some cases people you thought would be there are not. Relationships may change, appear, and disappear.

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    Nursing Tips for Radiation Therapy

    Nursing Tips for Radiation Therapy

    Always follow the recommendations of your Doctors and Nurses during treatment. These are a few tips you can use to help you during your Radiation Therapy.

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    Radiation Burns - Natural Healing for Painful Irritated Skin

    Radiation Burns - Natural Healing for Painful Irritated Skin

    Going through cancer treatment is a challenging process. Radiation therapy has some unpleasant side effects and maintaining healthy skin throughout treatment can be difficult. It is important to be proactive in maintaining the health of your skin before, during and after treatment. Interruption of treatment is sometimes caused by acute radiation reactions called radiation dermatitis..read more

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