Overall increase is small, though, adding 1 cancer per 1,000 women treated
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I too am struggling with weight gain and have posted a separate message for help. The Dr. in charge of our entire Cancer Therapy Center told me that it is very normal for women to gain 20 lbs and upward. I am exercising and eating better than ever before but cannot move the weight. I even had my thyroid tested thinking that would be an easy answer. No! I ate sparingly during chemo but did not do hardly anything but the necessities. The nurse said it's de-conditioning and just exercise! Are there any secrets out there? I think they gave my metabolism to someone in their 30's
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