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Treating Skin Cancer (Non-Melanoma)

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Hi, I'm Dave C.
I was treated for NHL, large B cell aggressive in 2007 with RCHOP. As a added “feature” to being highly allergic to rituximab, I also had neuropathy in both hands, feet. For me, over the years it lessened. I was 52 years then. I’ve recently (last 2 years) did a major weight reduction without surgery (150lbs) I thought it would be nothing but a good thing, but the neuropathy came back. Rememb…   Read more…

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Created Nov 14, 2012 in Patient Empowerment's resources · Like1
Many chemotherapy drugs and radiation cause a great deal of skin issues for people living with cancer. This book highlights the best way to manage your skin care by Dr. Mario Lacouture, Associate ... more
Created Sep 20, 2014 in Cheryl Norman's resources ·
This organization promotes laughter as the best medicine. Its founder survived stage 4 cancer and her story inspired me.
Created Jun 8, 2011 in Nutrition Support During Treatment's resources · Like13
Good nutrition and avoiding weight loss is very important during treatment. Therefore the Cancer Centers of America has compiled a list of food choices that will assist the function of your immune ... more

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