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Starting chemotherapy or radiotherapy treatment can be one of the most difficult times for patients with cancer and other conditions. Not only can chemotherapy be hard on your body, but it can also be harsh on your skin.
During and after chemotherapy, one can expect the skin to become drier, dehydrated, dull, greying, irritated and more delicate than ever.

Onco–dermatology is a relatively new field and many people are just now starting to learn about it. Onco-dermatologists care for skin, hair and nail reactions from cancer therapy. Onco-dermatology links the two specialties to focus on the prevention and treatment of the skin, hair and nail problems that often arise as side effects from cancer treatments.