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Leg Weakness
Hi, I'm Glenn E B.
I also had Oxaliplatin & Capecitabine chemo for 8 months and did not experience leg weakness. I was in pretty good physical shape and very active from working on the ranch, and I think that was the reason I didn’t suffer from side effects.   Read more…

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