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    Chemotherapy, or chemo, is a type of cancer treatment that uses drugs to destroy cancer cells. It's often used along with surgery, radiation therapy, or biological therapy, and is administered in the hospital, a doctor's office, clinic, or home in regular treatment cycles. Side effects can include nausea, hair loss, weight loss , digestive problems, and fatigue. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage of chemotherapy, chemotherapy's side effects, and much more.

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    Are you or a loved one going to get chemotherapy? You may be surprised by some of the side effects and ways some people handle them. Find out what may help you get through it feeling as good as possible.

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