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In Treatment For Cancer

Keep track of your symptoms. If symptoms are more severe than expected, or if unexpected symptoms appear, call your doctor.

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At every appointment, your doctor will likely ask about how you have been since the last appointment. It's difficult to remember, especially if pain or fatigue is involved.

You can easily keep track of your symptoms in our Survivorship A to Z Symptoms Diary. When you are ready to go to the doctor, a push of a button can turn the chart into an easy-to-read graph which you can print and take with you. A graph can be read by the doctor in seconds, leaving more time for your questions and concerns.

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