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  1. Arti says:

    Chemo may damage healthy skin or tissue. Side effects may depend on the type of chemo that you are given. This may become life-threatening. Chemo can damage healthy cells in your digestive system, bone marrow, and mouth. You may or may not have side effects from chemo. You may have an allergic reaction to chemo. You may need to receive chemo a alternative way, which include through a blood vessel instead of by mouth. This attack or damage is what causes side effects. Chemo may damage your kidneys, liver, heart, or other organs. Your risk for infection and bleeding are increased during chemo treatment. It may be difficult for you and your family to go through cancer and cancer treatments. It may be difficult

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