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Chemotherapy side effects directory

Hair loss, fatigue and nausea are just some effects that people associate with chemotherapy treatment. The truth is, chemo affects everyone differently. And many of chemo's negative effects can be controlled through medications your doctor can prescribe. Follow the links below to find BootsWebMD's comprehensive coverage about how chemotherapy is administered, what its side effects are, how to treat them and much more.

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Thumbnail: Restrictions applied to skin cancer drug

Ipilimumab, a skin cancer medication should not be given to patients as a first-line treatment, the NHS treatments regulator has ruled.

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Thumbnail: Caring for your skin, hair and nails during chemotherapy

Chemotherapy for treating cancer can lead to some unwelcome side-effects to other fast-growing cells affecting hair, skin and nails. Get tips here.

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