Women with breast cancer have many treatment options. This patient fact sheet details the side effects of these treatments and ways to cope.
After lymph node removal, painful swelling may result. This fact sheet educates patients about how to manage symptoms.
Chemobrain can affect patients' ability to focus. This fact sheet educates patients about how to establish and improve concentration.
Hair loss during cancer treatment is distressing and may even change the patient's sense of identity. This fact sheet addresses some common questions about hair loss.
Skin conditions like rash, itching and dryness are common side effects of cancer treatment. In this fact sheet, patients can learn how to keep skin problems like these under control.
This patient fact sheet answers some commonly asked questions about prostate cancer and bone health. It also discusses steps you can take to care for your bones.
Having breast cancer can affect how you feel about yourself and your body. You also may experience difficult emotions. This patient fact sheet offers advice on how to cope with these issues.
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