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Chemotherapy: Side Effects: Emotional Changes


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Chemotherapy can bring major changes to your life. It can affect your overall health, threaten your sense of well-being, disrupt your daily routines, and put a strain on your relationships. Chemotherapy can also wreak havoc on your emotions. It is normal and understandable for you and your family to feel sad, anxious, angry, or depressed.

There are ways to cope with these emotional side effects, just as there are ways to cope with the physical side effects.

You can draw support from many sources. Some of the most important sources of support for cancer patients are:

  • Doctors and nurses
  • Counseling professionals
  • Friends and family
  • Support groups and Self help groups
  • People going through a similar experience

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