By Cancer Treatment Centers of America®
Traditional cancer treatment therapies often come with a long list of physical side effects. Some common and well-known side effects include fatigue, nausea and neuropathy, which make them easier to recognize, anticipate and potentially treat. But what about the side effects that we don’t hear about as often such as back pain, itchy skin and night sweats? These side effects are more common than you may think.
Read more about why a cancer patient may be dealing with these particular side effects and what that may mean.
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