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How do other illnesses affect neuroblastoma?

Diana Meeks
Diana Meeks on behalf of Sigma Nursing
Family Practitioner

Neuroblastoma is not affected by any other illnesses; however, many of its symptoms may be associated with other illnesses. These symptoms include bodily pain, lumps and growths, incontinence, weight loss, frequent bruising, weakness, and breathing difficulties. Additionally, treatments used for neuroblastoma can create some negative side effects and illnesses like stomach upset, hair loss, confusion, thyroid problems, stunted growth, other cancers, and infertility.

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