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Colorectal Cancer: In Treatment: Day To Day Living

Carry A List of Medications And Vomit Bag "Just In Case"

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List of Medications

As you will see in Survivorship A to Z information about medical care, (link to medical care in treatment) for colorectal  cancer) it is advisable to carry a list of your medications with you at all time. “Shit happens” and we never know when that will be.

Emergency personnel need to know about your diagnosis, treatment and the drugs you are taking.

Survivorship A to Z provides a List you can keep to date and print as needed. Click here.


It is not unusual for people to regurgitate (vomit) during treatment. The need can come on quite unexpectedly.

In addition to drugs and other techniques described in the document in “To Learn More”, carry a vomit bag with you 24/7 “just in case.”.  A gallon size plastic baggie will do. If you want more elegant solutions, consider the following ideas:

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