Latest Post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment Stories
Researchers from the University of British Columbia have for the first time explained why being treated with chemotherapy can adversely affect the cognitive function of cancer patients.
More than one third of all breast cancer survivors experience post-treatment cognitive issues, but researchers from UCLA are working on a new rehab program designed to help those women deal with and eventually overcome the condition known as “chemo brain".
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Many breast cancer survivors experience fatigue and other debilitating symptoms that persist months to years after their course of treatment has ended.
The Greenville Health System’s Human Performance Laboratory – expected to open in January 2014 – is the first HPL in the nation to be fully embedded into a cancer research and treatment
A team from the University of Rochester Medical Center has shown scientifically what many women report anecdotally: that the breast cancer drug tamoxifen is toxic to cells of the brain and central nervous system, producing mental fogginess similar to "chemo brain."
Voices Against Brain Cancer, an organization dedicated to brain cancer research and advocacy, commends Shelli Kesler and her team of researchers for conducting a study that could help cancer survivors
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For many years, breast cancer patients have reported experiencing difficulties with memory, concentration and other cognitive functions following cancer treatment.