Reposted from SheKnows.com
For cancer patients, undergoing successful treatment is an important milestone on the journey to recovery, but it sure isn’t the end of the story. Patients often struggle with a long list of physical and emotional side effects that persist even after treatment has concluded. And while there’s been a great body of research to support cancer treatment itself, there is a relative lack of knowledge about what happens to patients afterward.
A team of researchers from the University of Iowa decided to change this, and recently discovered a potential breakthrough in the treatment of anticancer drugs’ most common side effect: chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy.
First, what is chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy?…Clicking here will take you outside of AboutNR.com