Managing the Side Effects of Cancer Treatment Presented by: Eden Stotsky-Himelfarb, Stage 3 Rectal Cancer Survivor and Nurse
Cancer treatment can cause many side effects. Some of these are easily controlled while others require specialized care. This chat will discuss some of the most common colorectal cancer treatment-related side effects and how they can be managed or treated.
· Check out the promotional video for this chat · Get a preview of this chat - listen to Eden speak about her experience managing the day-to-day journey of colorectal cancer and what she wishes she had known.
Wednesday, April 6 at 8 p.m. ET
This Tele-Chat is telephone and web-based. To listen to the live chat, call 1-888-537-7715 and enter access code 28943735#. Then, log-in to the My CRC Connections chat room to submit your questions for the speaker.
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