Chemotherapy

Antioxidants & Treatment

Is it safe to take antioxidant supplements during chemotherapy and radiation therapy? Does this concern extend to foods containing high levels of antioxidants, such as an orange or orange juice, which contain a high amount of vitamin C? 

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Bladder and Urinary Tract Pain from Treatment

How do I manage bladder and urinary tract pain due to Cancer Treatment?

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Constipation, Diarrhea & Fiber

During treatment, I go back and forth between being constipated and having diarrhea, but nothing normal in between. Is there any food that can help both of these problems?

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Eating during Cancer Treatment

I am undergoing treatments for cancer and am not eating well. What should I do?

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Herbs & Chemotherapy

Can herbs interact with any of the chemotherapy drugs?

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Nutrition Side Effects and Chemotherapy

Is there a good web site describing the nutrition related side effects from chemo drugs?

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Oral Nutrition Supplements

What are oral nutrition supplements and why would I need to use them during treatment?

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Taste Change & Treatment

Are there any foods that will help with taste changes caused by chemotherapy?

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White Blood Count & Diet

Is there anything that can be changed in the diet to bring up white blood cell count?

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