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Bad rash from Taxotere?
Hi, I'm Susan R.
Does anyone have any advise on relieving a really bad rash on hands and neck from Taxotere? I’ve tried several different ointment/lotions, onco had to prescribe steroids this time which did help but I’m still itching like crazy. Wondering if anyone else had this problem and found a solution? I’ve tried cortozone, benedryl, aquphor baby lotion and aloe what’s left? haha Seriously appreciate an…   Read more…

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Understand your red blood counts

Red blood cells pick up oxygen as blood passes though the lungs and release it to the cells in the body. If you have low red blood cells you may feel tired and not at your best. Know your labs and monitor your side effects so you can partner more closely with your physician.

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