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JointPlex 360 Reviews

by sherly jia (2019-11-08)

A joint is where 2 bones in your body connect. Pain in the joints, also called arthralgia, is a possible side effect of cancer and its treatment. Joint pain can occur in the hands, feet, knees, hips, shoulders, lower back, spine, and other joint areas. Joint pain can affect a person’s quality of life and make other symptoms or side effects of cancer seem worse. It may even cause some people to stop treatment before it is finished. If you are experiencing joint pain, talk with your health care team. Managing symptoms is an important part of your cancer care and treatment. This is called palliative care or supportive care.