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Chemo for non small cell lung cancer
I'm VANESSA O., and I'm a survivor of Lung Cancer
I also started my first chemo for NSCLC this past wednesday and on Friday it finally hit me. My whole body started to ache and felt like I was getting sick with the flu. Today it is better but like you, I also feel light headed and very tired when I try and do anything. They told me it was normal to feel this way.   Read more…

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