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Beth Sandy, C.R.N.P, a nurse practitioner at the Abramson Cancer Center, discusses managing chemotherapy-induced nausea.
Unlike vomiting, nausea is subjective and therefore may be more difficult to diagnose. This is why clear communication with health care professionals is key when dealing with this side effect.
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