Chemotherapy for the Elderly
The use of medications or drugs to treat disease. Most often referred to as the medications used to destroy cancer cells.
9 Nutrition Tips During Cancer Treatment
Eating is often difficult for a cancer-stricken senior. But the weakness and fatigue associated with not getting enough nutrients can give cancer the upper hand. Learn how to make sure your loved one is getting the food they need.2 Comments
Cancer Care Q and A: Post-Chemo Concerns
Chemotherapy is a common form of cancer treatment, but the side-effects of chemo treatments can be very unpleasant. Here is some advice on what to expect and how to help a loved one cope with chemotherapy.0 Comments
10 Worst Side Effects of Cancer Treatment
When fighting cancer, many of the most effective treatments can be accompanied by debilitating side effects. Here's how caregivers can help.2 Comments
Chemotherapy: What is It and What Are The Side Effects?
When cancer is the diagnosis, chemotherapy is often the recommended treatment, but the side effects can be severe.1 Comment
98-year-old just diagnosed with superficial basal cell carcinoma. Any advice?10 Comments
Is chemotherapy okay for those with early signs of dementia and severe depression?36 Comments
What if a patient doesn’t cooperate in rehab?16 Comments
My 90-year-old grandma was diagnosed with stage 2B adenocarcinoma... Will she ever recover?4 Comments