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Hair Loss (Alopecia) and Cancer Treatment

support  coping  side effect  cancer treatment  hair loss  alopecia 

Hair loss, also called alopecia, is a side effect of cancer treatments, such as chemotherapy and radiation therapy. Learn how to cope with and manage hair loss. Listen to tips from others who have experienced hair loss.

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Memory or Concentration Problems and Cancer Treatment

memory problems  concentration  cognitive problems  side effect  cancer treatment 

Cancer treatments, such as chemo, may cause difficulty thinking, concentrating, or other cognitive problems. Learn about steps people with cancer can take to manage these side effects. See a list of helpful questions for families to ask the doctor.

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Delirium and Cancer Treatment

cancer  depression  delirium  end of life  dehydration  hypoactive delirium  hyperactive delirium  mixed delirium  side effect 

Delirium is a confused mental state. Symptoms may include changes in thinking and sleeping. In cancer patients, it may be caused by medicine, dehydration, or happen at the end of life. Delirium may be mistaken for depression or dementia.

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