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Research shows vitamin D supplements may help reduce peripheral neuropathy; findings may be especially relevant for Black cancer patients.
Chemotherapy-induced nerve damage is common among cancer patients and is difficult to treat.
A new study identifies a potential approach to prevent mental fog, a common treatment side effect.
Expert panel recommends complementary approaches including acupuncture, yoga and massage, but more research is needed.
Limiting blood flow to the hands during chemotherapy administration may reduce this common side effect.
Improving quality of life for people with cancer through side effect management and supportive care
A medical oncologist who has conducted over 100 clinical trials dedicated to reducing distressing symptoms of cancer and its treatments
An integrative approach to reduce treatment-related side effects and enhance survival
I have the chorus “I get knocked down, but I get up again! No one’s ever gonna keep me down!” by Chumbawamba playing on a loop in my head.
One of the scariest things about receiving chemo is not knowing how your body will react.
Have you ever heard about or wondered if you Restless Legs Syndrome?
Will there ever be a time when I can bring all of myself into a room?
Dan Wheeler helps to support others facing their own cancer battle.
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy is the most common and onerous side effect of neurotoxic chemotherapy.
Exercise during breast cancer treatment is associated with lower cancer recurrence and mortality.
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