Coping
Living with cancer and cancer treatments

From emotional ups and downs to treatment side effects, there are many ways to deal with the challenges cancer will bring as you work to overcome it.

Nowadays your doctor may use infusion of immunotherapeutic drug to treat you cancer. Mostly it is well tolerated but very uncommonly (~1-2%) the treatment may trigger immune system to attack your organs. Please seek medical care immediately if you have following problem after infusion of immunotherapy

 

●  New onset of cough or shortness of breath

●  Diarrhoea more than 3-5 times/day

●  Your urine turning tea colour

●  Skin rash that affects your sleep or daily activities

●  Tiredness that affects your daily activities

●  Severe thirsty

●  Hand tremor

 

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