Cancer drugs have side effects and these can vary from person to person. Read about the different side effects and how best to cope.
The side effects you might have vary from person to person and depend on the cancer drugs you are having.
Cancer drugs can cause bruising and bleed, an increased risk of infection and breathlessness read about these side effects and what can help
Some cancer drugs may make you feel or be sick. Read more about which drugs can cause sickness and what treatments can help.
Read about hair loss or hair thinning caused by cancer drugs and ways of dealing with it.
Read about which drugs cause the most tiredness (fatigue) and what can help you cope.
Cancer treatment can mean that you lose your appetite or have taste changes. Read about these changes and ways to manage appetite loss.
Diarrhoea, constipation, indigestion and heart burn can all be side effects of taking cancer drugs. Find out more about these side effects and how best to cope with them.
Find out how cancer drugs can affect your mouth, including mouth ulcers and taste changes.
Cancer drugs can affect your skin and nails. Read about the effects you might have and how to deal with them.
Cancer drugs can affect your sex life and fertility. Find out more about these effects for men and women, and where you can find further information.
Read about how some cancer drugs can affect your kidneys, liver, heart or lungs.
Some cancer drugs can affect the way your nerves work. Read more about the symptoms of nerve changes and how to treat them.
Some cancer drugs can affect your eyes and your eyesight. Changes can include cataracts, eye infections and eyesight changes. Find out more about these changes and how to deal with them.
Cancer and its treatment can affect sex hormones. Find out about treating and coping with the symptoms that sex hormone changes can cause.