Targeted therapy can cause side effects. The side effects depend on the type of
medicine you get. They tend to be less severe than side effects from chemotherapy.
Talk with your healthcare providers
about what to expect. Side effects tend to occur while you’re getting targeted therapy.
Once treatment ends, side effects slowly go away. Side effects may include:
Tiredness and weakness
Fever and chills
Nausea and vomiting
- High blood pressure
side effects include:
- Holes forming in the stomach or intestine, which can lead to
with your healthcare providers about any changes you notice or side effects you have.
They may be able to help ease them or keep them from getting worse. Most side effects go
away over time after treatment ends.