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Side Effect Management

Dana Stewart
As it turns out, a side effect of cancer treatment can be cataracts. Over the last two years, I have battled cancer treatment-induced cataracts. The good news is they can be fixed and I can see again!
Kathy LaTour
The mouth is also part of the body, and yet, it is only in the past few years that oncologists have begun recommending patients see a dentist before they begin treatment to be sure the teeth and gums are in good shape.
Elizabeth Davis, B.S.N., RN, CPN
One oncology nurse developed the BARF scale so her young patients could better communicate how they were feeling.
Jessica Skarzynski
Take a look at the top 5 CURE stories of August 2018 in this video. 
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Wistfully, I recall the days I could work all day, come home and do things around the house and then go out for dinner! Those days are long gone. I am off the chemo this week, but next week I will feel even more fatigue when I go back on.
DEBU TRIPATHY, M.D.
Although it may be more difficult to weigh the pros and cons of therapy in light of potential chemo brain than when considering other possible side effects, it still should be a part of the equation. This is especially true because numerous strategies may help ease chemo brain once (or if) it arises. 
Bonnie Annis
Learning to live life with lymphedema is challenging. The life changes it presents can cause many negative emotions. but you don't have to loathe life just because you have a chronic medical condition.
Katie Kosko
The Summer 2018 issue is out! And we have a sneak peek at what’s inside.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
Chemotherapy treatment can greatly affect balance. But, there are things that can help.
Justin Birckbichler
Am I getting old or is chemo brain coming back?
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