This is a follow-up to my earlier post called "Navelbine, good decision?" where I brought up my mum's case: NSCLC adenocarcinoma with EGFR mutation, where the 3rd line has been given Navelbine (Vinorelbinum).
After approximately 2 months of treatement, the latest CT revelead that most of tumours shrinked indeed, but the chemo side effects are hardly bearable.
Aside of pheripheral neuropathy, another problem is that on the hands where the medicine has been injected, she acuses high pain feeling like an infection or burning pain.
Could you please share some treatment or medicine that might ease the pain?
Lately she has been implanted a port cathether, but up to this moment, every time the treatment has been injected in hands vessels.
Your response will be highly appreciated