Cancer Chemotherapy

Chemotherapy therapy is a systemic treatment. Chemotherapy is the process which kills the cells which are splitting into 2 new identical cells. Chemotherapy circulates throughout the body in the bloodstream so it can treat cancer cells in almost every part of the body. With some types of cancer, most people are cured by chemotherapy with other types of cancer, fewer people are completely cured.

Most types of pain related to chemotherapy get better or go away between the treatments. However nerve damage often gets worse with each dose. Sometimes drug causing nerve damage may stop. In some cases nerve damages from chemotherapy may take month and years to cure and also less chances of curing. It is important to take suggestions from the doctor that treatment of pain often differs based on causing. If the pain is due to chemotherapy doctors can treat it.

Examples like giving pain-relieving medications, blocking pain signals from nerves to the brain with spinal treatments and also adjusting the doses of chemotherapy.

  • Breast Cancer
  • Intravenous (IV) chemotherapy
  • Oral chemotherapy
  • Injected chemotherapy

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