Breast cancer can be treated in several ways, depending on the stage the cancer is at. One of the treatment options is chemotherapy. A lot has changed about chemotherapy over the last few years and not all chemotherapy treatments are the same, and it can vary from patient to patient.
In this video, shared by IUHealth in 2014, listen to Dr. Storniolo, an oncologist in IUHealth, talk about chemotherapy. With a very easygoing nature and easy to understand dialogue, this cancer expert explains what to expect with chemotherapy and how to prepare for chemotherapy treatment in this video. She also shares some great advice on how to go through this treatment, as well as what you should bring to the hospital, and how you shouldn’t fear chemotherapy as this type of treatment has been evolving and its side effects reduced through the years.
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