Find information about common side effects that can be caused by cancer and cancer treatment, second cancers caused by treatment, and tools to monitor treatment.
In this section you'll find worksheets (in PDF format) that can help you keep track of your side effects and medications so that you can better communicate with your health care team about them. Worksheets include Track Your Side Effects During Cancer, Keep a Pain Diary, and Keep a List of Your Medicines.
This seemingly complicated term basically describes marked weight loss in patients with cancer that cannot be reversed by normal nutritional support. It has been described since ancient times, and is often referred to as cancer cachexia. This site provides a guide to cancer cachexia as well as information about nutrition during cancer.
Manage your pain, connect with providers, and find accomplishments in the everyday. Features include pain tracking, performance stats, supportive community to connect with others, and many more.
Good nutrition can help reduce side effects. By leveraging a team of oncology nutrition experts and the latest technology, Savor Health designs individually personalized nutrition solutions to meet the unique needs of cancer patients and keep you strong and minimize symptoms before, during, and after treatment.
Hematology/Oncology Pharmacy Association and Eisai have joined together to raise awareness about the impact of chemo-induced nausea and vomiting (CINV) to encourage and improve conversations about this treatment-related side effect between patients and their pharmacists. A variety of resources is available to learn more about managing CINV.