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How can I care for someone with bronchoalveolar carcinoma?

If someone you know has been diagnosed with bronchoalveolar carcinoma, they will need your support. Cancer is a scary diagnosis, especially such a rare form. It is important for you to offer your assistance while still helping them feel like they have control of their life. Whether you drive them to their doctor's visits or help them deal with the side effects of chemotherapy such as fatigue and hair loss, they could not appreciate anything more.

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