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Cancer is essentially a disease that occurs when cellular changes cause rapid, unregulated cell growth and division. At PocketPills, we are dedicated to providing the highest standard of cancer drugs to our members at the most affordable prices.

Order Cancer Medications
at PocketPills

Cancer is essentially a disease that occurs when cellular changes cause rapid, unregulated cell growth and division. At PocketPills, we are dedicated to providing the highest standard of cancer drugs to our members at the most affordable prices.

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Cancer Drugs &
Side Effects

 

There are many cancer drugs and cancer drug combinations. They have individual side effects. The list includes chemotherapy, hormone therapies, targeted cancer drugs and bisphosphonates. Common side effects of chemotherapy drugs include: Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Hair loss, etc.

Cancer Drugs &
Side Effects

There are many cancer drugs and cancer drug combinations. They have individual side effects. The list includes chemotherapy, hormone therapies, targeted cancer drugs and bisphosphonates. Common side effects of chemotherapy drugs include: Nausea, Vomiting, Diarrhea, Hair loss, etc.

Easy Steps to Buying Online
Cancer Medications

 

1.Sign up online

Via Website or App

 

2. We transfer your refills

From your current pharmacy

 

3.  Your Pharmacist on Call

Via phone, txt, or live chat

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Easy Steps to Buying Online
Cancer Medications

 

1. Sign up online

Via Website or App

 

2.We transfer your refills

From your current pharmacy

 

3.Your Pharmacist on Call

Via phone, txt, or live chat

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Different Type of Cancer

Cancer is an umbrella term for a large group of diseases caused when abnormal cells divide rapidly, and spread to other tissue and organs. The major types of cancer are carcinoma, sarcoma, melanoma, lymphoma, and leukemia. 

Different Type of Cancer

Cancer is an umbrella term for a large group of diseases caused when abnormal cells divide rapidly, and spread to other tissue and organs. The major types of cancer are carcinoma, sarcoma, melanoma, lymphoma, and leukemia. 

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Can’t see your doctor? We can arrange a telemedicine visit for free.

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Automatic Refills

We monitor and manage your refills, so you always have the medications you need.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, exercise has been shown to be safe for people going through active cancer treatments, and in fact can be one of the best ways to relieve some of the symptoms associated with your cancer or cancer treatment. Many physical therapists will pay close attention to your medical status to be certain to prescribe an exercise program that is safe for you throughout the course of your cancer journey.

Yes, many patients remain in their jobs and maintain a productive lifestyle during treatment. Many physicians are dedicated to finding the most effective balance of drug therapy to fight the cancer, yet minimally impact any patients’ daily routines, including work.

Yes, telling your doctor about side effects is essential to getting good care and living as fully as possible. Untreated side effects can drain you physically and emotionally and detract from your healing. Your response to therapy is unique, and your doctors rely upon your telling them about your side effects.

For a tumor that causes pain, removing or destroying all or part of the tumor with chemotherapy or radiation can help. Pain control often starts with medicine. Many drugs are used to treat pain which the patient and their doctor determine and alter as pain level changes.

Screening helps find health problems before symptoms appear. Examples of screening tests include mammograms to find breast cancer and colonoscopy to find colon cancer. Early detection catches cancer when it’s in an early, more treatable stage.

A group of different medical and health care systems, practices, and products that are not typically part of conventional medicine and can include chiropractic, massage therapy, Chinese or Ayurvedic herbal medicine, or yoga among others.

Knowing the stage and grade of a person’s cancer helps doctors know what treatment to use and determine outcome. Staging reveals how far cancer has spread and grading helps predict how fast the cancer will grow and spread.

Cancer is typically staged as:

Stage 0: Cancer hasn’t spread.

Stages I, II, and III: Cancer has grown or has spread into nearby tissues and perhaps lymph nodes. The higher the stage, the farther the cancer has spread.

Stage IV: Cancer has spread beyond the lymph nodes into other parts of the body (metastasized).

The brain produces chemicals that affect how well our body fights disease. Through the mind-body connection, positive emotions and laughter send signals to the brain which then produces chemicals that:

  • Increase blood circulation
  • Boost the immune system and help to fight off infection
  • Relax muscles, restores energy, and lowers stress
  • Improve mood and better manage pain and stress

It is very important to document your side effects, including the date, time and frequency, and severity (mild or strong). You should also monitor your blood count changes to ensure treatment remains on schedule.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, exercise has been shown to be safe for people going through active cancer treatments, and in fact can be one of the best ways to relieve some of the symptoms associated with your cancer or cancer treatment. Many physical therapists will pay close attention to your medical status to be certain to prescribe an exercise program that is safe for you throughout the course of your cancer journey.

Yes, many patients remain in their jobs and maintain a productive lifestyle during treatment. Many physicians are dedicated to finding the most effective balance of drug therapy to fight the cancer, yet minimally impact any patients’ daily routines, including work.

Yes, telling your doctor about side effects is essential to getting good care and living as fully as possible. Untreated side effects can drain you physically and emotionally and detract from your healing. Your response to therapy is unique, and your doctors rely upon your telling them about your side effects.

For a tumor that causes pain, removing or destroying all or part of the tumor with chemotherapy or radiation can help. Pain control often starts with medicine. Many drugs are used to treat pain which the patient and their doctor determine and alter as pain level changes.

Screening helps find health problems before symptoms appear. Examples of screening tests include mammograms to find breast cancer and colonoscopy to find colon cancer. Early detection catches cancer when it’s in an early, more treatable stage.

A group of different medical and health care systems, practices, and products that are not typically part of conventional medicine and can include chiropractic, massage therapy, Chinese or Ayurvedic herbal medicine, or yoga among others.

Knowing the stage and grade of a person’s cancer helps doctors know what treatment to use and determine outcome. Staging reveals how far cancer has spread and grading helps predict how fast the cancer will grow and spread.

Cancer is typically staged as:

Stage 0: Cancer hasn’t spread.

Stages I, II, and III: Cancer has grown or has spread into nearby tissues and perhaps lymph nodes. The higher the stage, the farther the cancer has spread.

Stage IV: Cancer has spread beyond the lymph nodes into other parts of the body (metastasized).

The brain produces chemicals that affect how well our body fights disease. Through the mind-body connection, positive emotions and laughter send signals to the brain which then produces chemicals that:

  • Increase blood circulation
  • Boost the immune system and help to fight off infection
  • Relax muscles, restores energy, and lowers stress
  • Improve mood and better manage pain and stress

It is very important to document your side effects, including the date, time and frequency, and severity (mild or strong). You should also monitor your blood count changes to ensure treatment remains on schedule.

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