Wednesday, February 29, 2012

About Cancer: Cancer Drug Shortage Update, Coping with Chemo

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From Lisa Fayed, your Guide to Cancer

Cancer Drug Shortage Update
There has been a severe shortage of certain cancer medications and the FDA has finally intervened, offering several solutions.

What Side Effects Should I Expect with Chemotherapy?
Hair loss and nausea are the most commonly expected side effect of chemotherapy, but there are many more that can occur. Learn what side effects chemotherapy can cause and how to prevent and manage them.

Can I Drink Alcohol During Treatment?
"Is it safe to drink wine and beer during if receiving chemotherapy?"

Cancer Fatigue and Energy Drinks
Before you pick up that energy drink, read about how these fatigue fighters may affect you during treatment.


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