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The Unexpected Side Effects Of Chemotherapy

Feb 4, 2013 (Talk of the Nation) — Undergoing chemotherapy is an unpleasant and often disruptive experience that can radically transform a cancer patient's life. From nausea and hair loss, to so-called "chemo-brain" and "metal mouth," the side effects can vary drastically and many are unexpected.

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Madhulika Sikka, executive editor, NPR
Suleika Jaouad, writes the "Life, Interrupted" column for the New York Times Well blog

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