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Chemotherapy: Side Effects: Emotional Changes


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You can also find support in one-to-one programs that match you with a person like you in age, gender, type of cancer, and so forth. You might talk with this person on the phone or arrange visits. The cancer center where you receive your treatment may be able to introduce you to people in your area. Also feel free to call your local American Cancer Society office or the national hotline: 800.227.2345.



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