What can I anticipate in terms of the fatigue associated with chemotherapy?

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Question: What can I anticipate in terms of the fatigue associated with chemotherapy?

Answer: Fatigue is a very common toxicity with chemotherapy regimens, especially with some of the longer and older regimens. Fatigue is not well-studied and is not well-documented in all cases, but it is reasonable to expect some degree of fatigue with chronic chemotherapy treatment.

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