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Steroids can be used as part of cancer treatment, or to help with the side effects of treatment.
Cancer and cancer treatments may cause anaemia (a low number of red blood cells). Blood transfusions treat anaemia.
Granulocyte-colony stimulating factor (G-CSF) is a type of drug called a growth factor. This helps your body make more white blood cells.
Clodronate can lower calcium levels in the blood, strengthen bones and relieve pain in people with secondary bone cancers.
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