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Staying Hydrated
I'm belinda4, and I'm a survivor of Lung Cancer
I’ve never been big on drinking lots of water but was told to drink lots of it to avoid kidney failure after being diagnosed with Limited Stage Small Cell Lung Cancer on January 2nd of this year. I was told the chemo could cause this. Any ideas on how to learn to like it or what I can drink in place of it to stay hydrated? I should be drinking a gallon a day but I am not even getting close to t…   Read more…

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