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I, too, am a Christmas diagnosis Stage IV colon cancer fighter. Neuropathy in my fingers has been my biggest and most consistent side effect so far. I do several things that seem to help with it: wear gloves constantly (cheap knit ones from Target); get hand massages at my infusion center on chemo days; take Vitamin B6; never touch or eat/drink anything cold; and get hand massages from my hu…
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