Breast Cancer Survivors

Chemo Secrets From a Breast Cancer Survivor

Undergoing chemotherapy can be one of the most terrifying things that you go through in your life. One of the most frightening things about chemotherapy is the lack of real information that most people have about it, and the unknown makes it so much more frightening as a result. This eBook, written by a young cancer survivor gives you the real story about what chemo is all about. The most valuable information you can get about chemotherapy is from someone that has already experienced it. This PDF eBook allows you to download and read it as soon as your order it. You can begin your journey of reassurance as soon as you want! Because that's what this is about: chemo does not have to be a terrifying unknown! Other people have gone through it before, and want to help you through it as well! This eBook is the guide through chemo that many people wish they could have had, and now you can have it yourself!

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Author: Nalie Augustin
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B Residual Functional Capacity

Any other type of chronic persistent infection of the lungs can also potentially qualify under this listing. Such infections more often appear in chronically debilitated people whose immune systems are weakened, such as those who have AIDS or are undergoing chemotherapy for cancer.

BResidual Functional Capacity

If anemia is a problem, see the discussion of RFC under Listing 7.02. If you have just started treatment, however, the SSA will not expect symptoms related to chemotherapy such as anemia, weakness and nausea to last the required 12 months chemotherapy is only given for several months. Radiation therapy can also produce acute symptoms, but they also usually improve after treatment. But both chemotherapy and radiation can have long-term side effects. For example, radiation can cause fibrosis of the lungs with resultant cough and shortness of breath a condition known as radiation pneumonitis. Some of the drugs used to treat lymphoma can damage the lungs and heart. Depending on the drugs given and locations of radiation, the kidneys and thyroid gland can be damaged. There are too many possibilities to make broad rules about RFC that would apply to everyone. Cases are evaluated individually. When chronic weakness and easy fatigability are a problem, make sure that the SSA has good examples...

Validating Operational Risk Proxies Using Surrogate Endpoints

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