Chemo brain? Why breast cancer patients report cognitive issues

Bad news, chemo brain exists. Good news, it only affects about 1 in 5 on chemo. More specifically, 1 in 4 had memory problems, 1 in 5 had problems with higher cognition questions. Women who had both chemo and radiation were more likely to have more severe memory and higher-level cognition problems. From the Journal of the National Cancer Institute via Science20.com


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