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    wjhille posted:
    I was diagnosed with TN breast cancer this past summer I have had 2 rounds of cytoxan and taxotere and was supposed to have #3 today. Last round I had an allergic reaction to one of the nausea pre meds given before chemo, even though I had had the same thing the first round. This 3rd round I had an even worse allergic reaction to the taxotere. I have an underlying liver disease that I have had for a long time. Therefore I am not reacting "typically" as others would. I am worried that before I can start again, what I have already had in chemo will have lost its effectiveness. Can anyone advise or comment.
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