Peripheral Neuropathy

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Peripheral neuropathy is a potentially significant side-effect of oxaliplatin, which causes altered sensations in the hands and/or feet. This is because this drug can affect the nerve endings; the longer the nerve, the more likely it is to be damaged. Nerves going to the hands, feet and lower legs are some of the longest in the body.

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