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    Need help wiith information on stage III breast cancer
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    flowerpower2013 posted:
    Ok, I am doing a story for school on stage III breast cancer and I need some research. What chemo drug or drugs can a stage three breast cancer patient take, after having a double mastectomy that will cause her to have these following symptoms:

    nausea

    fatigue

    vomiting

    mouth sores

    memory problems

    Lymphoedema

    and absolute hair loss
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    judyfams responded:
    Most chemo drugs cause all of those symptoms except lymphedema - that is related to the surgery done and how many lymph nodes were removed.
    judyfams


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