Hormone Therapy & Prostate Cancer

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andre Says:

Can i use natru while undergoing hormone treatment for prostate cancer?

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Shereen Says:
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Hi. My dad is undergoing radiation and is on hormone therapy for prostate cancer. He is extremely tired and has some issues with his memory. Would taking vitamin B complex help with the effects of his treatment?

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