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How Metastatic Breast Cancer Treatment Can Change Your Skin

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Eugenia Maximova

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What Causes Skin and Nail Changes?


Woman Receiving Radiation Therapy Treatments for Breast Cancer
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Radiation Can "Burn" Sensitive Skin


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What is "Radiation Recall"?


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Pruritus is a Common Side Effect


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Common Treatment-related Nail Changes


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Talk to Your Oncologist About Side Effects


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Find a Dermatologist


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Pamper Your Skin


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Pamper Your Nails


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Treat Pre-existing Skin Conditions


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Don’t Scratch!


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Sun Protection is Critical


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Seek Emergency Care for Sudden or Severe Symptoms


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Allef Vinicius

There IS a Silver Lining


Kathleen Hall, MBA

Kathleen Hall, MBA

Kathleen Hall is a health writer who writes articles for consumer and health professionals as well as health care marketing material for corporate clients. Kathleen has a BS in psychology from the University of Maryland, an MBA from Virginia Commonwealth University and is a member of the Association of Health Care Journalists. She divides her time between Richmond, Virginia, and Bar Harbor, Maine. Kathleen is also a professional artist and runner.