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Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Part 2: Physical Therapy During Chemo
Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Part 2: Physical Therapy During Chemo

Chemotherapy is a systemic drug treatment designed to weaken or destroy cancer cells. It does so by targeting the most rapidly dividing cells, and the collateral damage is indiscriminate in killing cancer cells versus other rapidly dividing but healthy cells. This is why ...

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