Struggling with side effects after cancer treatment?

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Articles That Discuss side effects ID and prevention

Chemotherapy Side Effects Cause Depression?

Can chemotherapy side effects cause depression? According to the research linked below, they can. Just as important, a cancer diagnosis itself can cause depression. What’s a cancer survivor to do!? I

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CIPN Ovarian Cancer

Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) is a common side effect not only in Ovarian Cancer patients but all cancer patients. In my experience, it is the chemotherapy regimen that causes this

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AYA Cancer- Mental Therapies

AYA cancer survivors have more severe depression and anxiety than non-cancer survivors? Gee, remarkable findings. You mean that after living with short, long-term and late stage side effects AYA cancer

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Cardiomyopathy- Non-toxic approach

The goal of cardiomyopathy treatment is to help your heart be as efficient as possible and to prevent further damage and loss of function. I am a cardiomyopathy (CM) survivor not a cardiologist. Well,

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Doxorubicin Congestive Heart Failure

“A weekly dose schedule of doxorubicin was associated with a significantly lower incidence of congestive heart failure than was the usually employed every 3-week schedule.” I understand that

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Chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy

Chemotherapy-induced cardiomyopathy- Cardiotoxicity of certain chemotherapy regimens is a well-documented adverse event. Chemotherapy regimens that were known to cause short, long-term and late stage damage

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Hawthorn Extract for Chronic Heart Failure

 These results suggest that there is a significant benefit in symptom control and physiologic outcomes from hawthorn extract as an adjunctive treatment for chronic heart failure. I supplement with hawthorn

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CIPN Chemobrain Related!?

It shouldn’t come as a surprise to learn that, according to the first study linked below,  CIPN and Chemobrain are related. As a cancer survivor myself who lives with both CIPN and Chemobrain, I

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Long-term Side Effects of Radiation

“Concern over long-term side effects of radiation therapy is becoming more common, as survival rates improve. Just as there can be long-term side effects of chemotherapy, radiation therapy may result

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Cardio-Oncology Rehabilitation

  I had to figure out my own cardio-oncology rehabilitation program.  My diagnosis of a blood cancer called multiple myeloma in early 1994  led to  the standard-of-care, FDA approved, safe and

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Chemotherapy-induced Hypertension (salt)

Chemotherapy-induced hypertension happened to me and I didn’t know it. This side effect of my chemotherapy was never discussed, I had never had hypertension before my chemotherapy and I was relatively

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Collagen, Vitamin D3 for Heart Health?

According to research linked and excerpted below, collagen (col) benefits from  vitamin D to enhance skin, bone, and hopefully, my heart. I am a long-term cancer survivor. I developed a late stage side

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