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The most common CLL complications include frequent infections, increased risk of other cancers, immune system problems, and tumor flares.
Whether you've had chemo, radiation, immunotherapy, or a hysterectomy, learn how to manage potential side effects.
Chemotherapy and radiation can successfully treat non-Hodgkin’s lymphoma, but they can cause side effects that last or emerge years after treatment.
Many survivors find their energy levels sapped after treatment. Find out when your cancer-related fatigue might ease, how to discuss your symptoms with your care team, and steps you can take to accomodate your daily activities.
Cancer changes bodies, and relationships. That doesn’t mean you have to give up intimacy and sex.
Here’s how you can find pain relief with a highly individualized combination of strategies.
Treatments for metastatic breast cancer can harm healthy tissue. Here's advice to ease those sometimes painful side effects.
Nancy Cappello's advocacy for breast density notification in mammogram reports resulted in legislation in 36 American states, a move that saves lives.
When you're recovering from leukemia treatments and your immune system is low, are you taking all of the precautions necessary to ensure you're not putting yourself at risk for infection, like salmonella?
Cancer survivors who were treated with "cardiotoxic" cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy or radiation therapy to the thorax, are more likely to develop clinical congestive heart failure during and after pregnancy.