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Quimioterapia

Quimioterapia

La quimioterapia es una forma de tratamiento del cáncer, con algunos posibles efectos secundarios que requieren el cuidado clínico de un médico o de otro profesional del cuidado de la salud. Enumerados en el directorio de abajo figuran algunos de los efectos secundarios comunes de la quimioterapia, sobre los cuales proveemos una breve descripción.

Descripción General de la Quimioterapia

El Control de la Alopecia

El Control de la Mucositis

El Control de la Supresión de Médula ósea

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