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What to ask your doctor about chemotherapy for bone cancer

Men and women discussing bone cancer

Some questions you might ask your doctor

  • Why do you think I need to have chemotherapy?
  • What will the chemotherapy do for me?
  • How will I have the chemotherapy?
  • Can I have a central line or PICC line put in?
  • Will I need a general anaesthetic or can you use local anaesthetic cream (EMLA)?
  • Who will look after the central line or PICC line if I have one?
  • What will the side effects of the chemo drugs be?
  • How long will the treatment last?
  • How often will I have to come to the hospital?
  • Is it possible to get help with fares or transport to and from the hospital?
  • Are there any long term effects of this treatment?
  • Is there a clinical trial that is suitable for me?
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Updated: 8 January 2015