September 14, 2021
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Punjabi N. OSA, hyperglycemia and diabetes. Presented at: Heart in Diabetes Annual Meeting; Sept. 10-12, 2021 (hybrid meeting).
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Chemotherapy is a treatment for cancer. It involves the use of drugs that target rapidly-growing cancer cells to stop or slow their growth.
Chemotherapy drugs can also target healthy rapidly-growing cells in the body. This may lead to side effects. A person undergoing chemotherapy can take precautions that may reduce these effects.
This article will explore things a person should avoid during chemotherapy. It will also explore recommendations regarding things to do and precautions to take while undergoing chemotherapy.
Chemotherapy not only targets the rapidly-growing cancer cells but also healthy, rapidly-growing cells in the body. These include the cells that
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