The New York Times
“Chemo brain,” the foggy thinking and forgetfulness that cancer patients often complain about after treatment, may last for five years or more for a sizable percentage of patients, new research shows.
The findings, based on a study of 92 cancer patients at Fred
Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle, suggest that the cognitive
losses that seem to follow many cancer treatments are far more
pronounced and longer-lasting than commonly believed... Read More