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Perhaps a simpler lede?[edit]

How about something along the lines of .... "Chemotherapy is a method of killing cancerous cells by poison. It is a use of the concept that some poisons are absorbed more by cancerous cells than by normal cells.". — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 07:48, 13 December 2016 (UTC)

Other side-effects - tinnitus.[edit]

My tinnitus increased markedly after taking fluoroacil. Now obviosuly one POV doth not a common side-effect make, but every audiologist I have been to since tells me that that is a very common side effect of many forms of chemotherapy. — Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 07:56, 13 December 2016 (UTC)

Clare's story[edit]

Claire Castle-Semiwonnick of Stoke Poges, in Slough, was once a young checkout to the operator in a Tesco supermarket. She worked so hard and loyalty over so many working shifts in her first year that after a year she became the popular team leader. Her talent flourished, and she was first promoted to the manager and department manager a few years later. She married the administrator of the database and had a baby from him. When she came back from the maternity leave, she promoted to the deputy shop manager. Sadly Claire wanted to go part-time to look after her baby for the first year, but the store manager refused, so she went as best she could, but was grief that was affected by the lost parental opportunities and happy times. She loved baby here so much that it was the heart of the family. 4 years later she left desperately after the shop manager had left sick here for 6 months and also claimed that she was neither bald, stinking or fat as a result of her first 2 stints on chemotherapy to cure breast cancer here. Some cruel employees no less ridiculous their weight gain (up from 9st 6lb to 14st 9lb), hair loss and body odor behind their backs in the bar room when they do not rent. She had recovered 5 months later, had trouble with chemo-brain and depression for about a year after that, and is now happily working in a local business. The child is now 10 years old. (talk) 02:10, 15 September 2017 (UTC)