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Cancer patients have a wide variety of emotional and physical needs. Certain things are prohibited during treatment and often times trigger negative reactions.

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Here are some of the most common things you'll want to avoid this holiday season along with some alternative gift options that are sure to make any patient feel loved. Wednesday, December 17, - pm. Cancer Support.

Holiday shopping guide for a friend or loved one with cancer Cancer patients have a wide variety of emotional and physical needs. Plants and flowers harbor fungal spores that place patients — especially blood and marrow transplant BMT patients — at risk for infection.

Additionally, flowers may trigger emotional distress when the plant wilts and dies. Do buy handmade paper flowers, silk flowers, hand-blown glass flowers or fresh fruit bouquets.

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Radiation and chemotherapy alter sense of smell. Smells that are usually pleasant become unbearable or too strong to cancer patients and increase nausea. Do buy unscented lotions and lip balms. Dry skin and lips are a side effect of chemotherapy so lotions and chapsticks are a great choice as long as they are unscented.

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Additionally, chemo alters tastebuds and causes mouthsores that make eating certain foods more difficult. Do buy a gift certificate to their favorite grocery store. That way they can buy healthy, nutritious foods at their leisure. Never miss another Cancer Talk blog!

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