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Side Effect Management

Tamera Anderson-Hanna
Lymphedema can occur years after cancer, but exercise and lymphatic massages can help relieve symptoms.
Brielle Benyon
One expert discusses how cancer and its treatments can have many lasting side effects on patients, from depression to peripheral neuropathy.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
I keep fumbling and dropping lids to water bottles and other items. When I climb the stairs to my apartment, I often feel like I am going to fall backwards and grab the rail. If I go out in the cold air, my fingers tingle for hours afterwards. What in the world is wrong with me?
Brielle Benyon
Loneliness may play a key role in an individual’s social constraints following a cancer diagnosis and its treatment, which in turn, may worsen symptom burden, according to recent research.
Jane Biehl, Ph.D.
I am a person who always was able to sleep and would generally be out before my head ever hit the pillow. Now I found myself tossing and turning for hours at a time.
Martha Carlson
Winter can aggravate this chemotherapy side effect that causes hands and feet to feel numb, tingly and painful.
Brielle Benyon
Treatment side effects are typically manageable for patients with metastatic kidney cancer, but patients must have open communication with their health care team about them.
Bonnie Annis
Limbs affected by lymphedema require specialized care, but during months where temperatures can be extreme, a little extra effort is necessary.
Katie Kosko
The Food and Drug Administration has approved Nplate for pediatric patients 1 year of age and older with immune thrombocytopenia who have had an insufficient response to medications, such as corticosteroids,or surgery to remove the spleen. 
Beth Fand Incollingo
A retrospective study found that clinical trials may have fewer reported side effects than the real world.
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