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Vicki, I think just eating a well balanced diet and most important to drinking plenty of fluids. Some oncologists will warn you that there are supplements that actually interfere with the action of the chemotherapy. It is best to talk this over with your oncologist to make sure. Take care, SharonComment 3
Make sure your oncologist knows everything you decide to try. Hydrate is my best advice. I did taxotere/cytoxan rest, hydrate and walk on the days I could were the best thing for me. I never ended up in hopital or missed a treatment.Comment 2
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