Oral Mucositis - a side effect of orthodox cancer treatment

Everyone has a painful mouth ulcer occasionally, but during chemo- and radiotherapy many more may appear. They can even be as big as 4cm across. This condition is called oral mucositis. A mouth like this sometimes makes it difficult for sufferers to eat and to speak. There is no need to accept oral mucositis as an unavoidable side effect of cancer therapy, as there are things that can be done to manage it. After all, it’s hard enough dealing with cancer without having to cope with the side effects of treatment too.
To find out how you can help yourself, click on this link.
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