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25 April 2007
Nope, that’s why they charge admission. Only registered attendees have access to the meeting notes. What topics are you specifically referring to? Maybe we can help you find info about the subject matter.
dr sue listed several topics that interested me:
I cant find the list of topics she sent,, sorry
things to do for nausea etc for chemo
I think there is a way to hear some of this.. dr sue invited me to a podcast but I didn’t get her message in time.
You may have already seen Dr Sue’s latest vlog is Top 5 Medications to Prevent Chemo Side Effects. Fallon is at the very end, showing how awesome dogs can do during chemo.
During regular chemo we never had to use any of the meds to address side effects, but we did need them for the vaccine. We got the rx clay one time only because the office was out of the fortiflora, it serves the same purpose.
My understanding is that metronomics dosing is very low and side effects expected are fewer than regular chemotherapy.
The oncology appointment after Fallon completed 6 carboplatin chemo, she had xrays and started metronomics . I think it was 3 weeks.