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What is the effect of drinking alcohol on chemotherapy?


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2009-06-19 18:10:50
2009-06-19 18:10:50

Alcohol can dehydrate you, and it's very important to stay hydrated during chemo. However, a small glass of red wine can help improve your appetite, just be very moderate.


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