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1.46% of the posts that mention Brittle Nails also mention Cancer (70 posts)

Brittle Nails

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(Onychoclasis)
Onychorrhexis, also known as Brittle nails, is a brittleness with breakage of finger nail that may result from excessive strong soap and water exposure, nail polish remover, hypothyroidism, anemia, anorexia nervosa or bulimia, or after oral retinoid therapy. Onychorrhexis affects up to... Read more on Wikipedia
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Cancer

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(Neoplasm malignant)
Cancer , medically called a malignancy neoplasm, is a term for a large group of different diseases. In cancer, cell (biology)s divide and grow uncontrollably, forming malignant tumors, and invade nearby parts of the body. The cancer may also metastasis to more distant parts of the body ... Read more on Wikipedia

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What patients are saying about Brittle Nails and Cancer

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the rash, abnormal hair growth, eyebrows, brittle nails...
...aug 2010. Taking tarceva since oct 2010. Experienced the rash, abnormal hair growth, eyebrows, brittle nails and sore eyes ...doing it's job. Cancer spots to right lung gone completely and posi...
you and responding well too! I used to suffer from psoriasis...
...indeed! We share the same cancer subtype and I am on the same treatment as you and responding well too! I used to suffer from psoriasis, but ...since my cancer treatment began....
ie was your tumor estrogen positive?. Usually you don't...
...I haven't noticed any hair loss.  I take Biotin as my nails are brittle.  In all likliehood your sugeon will get good margins on the second go around.  Do you know the estrogen status, ie was...
some fatigue, brain fog at times, and brittle nails...
...of 18 herceptin, and would say that your oncologist means the side effects are minor compared to chemo. I have only experienced some fatigue, brain fog at times, and brittle nails. Would love...
As far as stupid people, remember you can cure cancer, but...
...Sally Henson product for dry brittle nails and that seemed to help. ...know how it goes. As far as stupid people, remember you can cure cancer, but you can't cure stupid-F'em...
for them. I have very brittle nails from cancer so they...
...I'm getting more but more importantly, I didn't care for them. I have very brittle nails from cancer so they didn't stick very well. I was hoping they would be more...
for 1 or 2 years after cancer treatments but her hair grew...
...my hair and also my brittle nails, and I'm getting iron supplements ...hope shelbs, hair loss from cancer related treatments can be cured. ...for 1 or 2 years after cancer treatments but her ...
chemo I often have brittle nails and, at times, can bruise...
...regards to OC. Whilst on chemo I often have brittle nails and, at times, can bruise more than normal.. but ...do with the treatment not the cancer.. I agree that you need...
followed by chills). Also have some bone pain, brittle nai...
...tamox. at that point (have been on it 3 months). I have had some side effects, such as hot \"flushes\" (don't actually sweat - just get a hot feeling preceeded or followed by chills). Also have so...
for 5 months. My nails are brittle and break easily, my...
...femara for 5 months.  My nails are brittle and break easily, my ...side-effect of this whole cancer process, but it didn't seem like I cried nearly so much when taking tamoxifen, so I'm blaming ...
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