side effects of radiotherapy and chemotherapy is more. i mother had blood cancer. they had advised chemotherapy also radiotherapy. it was a tough time for her. doctor said if she was young, then stem cell transplantat was a better option. which has less side effects.
i am a unani doctor.our medicine use in cancer include supplementation a) to reduce side-effects during chemotherapy or radiotherapy, b) to prolonging survival and minimize metastasis, c) to improve quality of life, and d) to prevent occurrence or recurrence.
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