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Chemotherapy can cause severe nausea in patients, but it is important to sustain good nutrition during treatment.  Many patients report nausea and difficulty keeping food down during treatments, but anti-nausea medications are almost always available to patients if they need them.  Always communicate with your physician if you feel you are not getting enough calories in your system every day.

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