Researchers still found 'excellent' survival rates for both primary, secondary disease
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by Hilari on Mon Jan 15, 2007 12:00 AM
hi, my 7yr old has cancer and also gets rashs on his body.at first i thought it was ring worms or some other type of fungal infection. his doctors said it was a chemo rash and there isnt anything i can do about it.that was one and a half years ago.meanwhile my son is still being treated at uw in madison and still getting rashes. about 2 weeks ago i tried a genaric form of eucerin on him and it worked. its made by equate. i used it before he went to bed and when he woke up the rash was gone. beleive me its worth a try .good luck, my prayers are with you.
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by myjag on Tue Nov 20, 2012 08:19 PM
Hi, I had stage 2a colon cancer I did get a relly bad rash I was on chemo and radiation my face and most parts of my body. I have been off chemo since the last of July 2012. The rash did go away but some times I still get some rash on my face and chest. I too had the 5FU chemo. I did not experience being fatigue. I hope he get get better. I did, and do a lot of communicating and praying for me and everyone of us who is dealing with some type of cancer.
good luck, God bless.
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