Side Effects Mini Magazine

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Most people diagnosed with colorectal cancer receive a combination of treatments to tackle the disease. Standard treatments have gone through clinical trials to test their effectiveness and safety, as well as to monitor and track side effects (aka adverse events).

Side effects can appear during treatment, after treatment or years later. Everyone experiences them differently. Side effects can cause challenges to activities of daily living and reduce the quality of life.

This Mini Magazine is written to help you identify common physical side effects that CRC survivors face and provide useful tips for managing them.

For information on obtaining printed copies for your patients, please request copies through the store or email our Patient Resources team.

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