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More than 1.5 million men and women were diagnosed with some form of cancer in 2010, the National Cancer Institute estimates. The treatment options for most of them probably included chemotherapy, radiation therapy and surgery. But the treatments often produce side effects including nausea, pain and fatigue. For patients, such side effects can take over daily life. They can make patients uncomfortable at best and miserable at worst sometimes affecting their ability to stick to their treatments, or making treatments less effective than they could be. Read more here.