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Nausea

There are different types of nausea that can be experienced during cancer treatment.

  • Anticipatory nausea is a learned response, and can be the result of anxiety prior to coming for treatment. Patients may respond best to stress reducing medications or relaxation techniques.
  • Chemotherapy induced nausea can start with the onset of treatment or be experienced several hours later.

Learn more about nausea during cancer treatment at OncoLink.