Chemo Brain

Chemo Brain

Cancer patients have been telling their doctors about the foggy thinking and forgetfulness that are often referred to as “chemo brain” for years. Initially, many doctors didn’t take these complaints seriously. But as more attention began to be paid to cancer survivors’ quality of life, “chemo brain” became a more studied topic.

This video explains what we currently know about why chemo brain occurs and provides tips on how to help you manage the forgetfulness.

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The fuzzy thinking and forgetfulness commonly referred to as chemo brain affects many breast cancer survivors

You may also want to look at these sections of our website:

Dr. Love’s Blog Post: Might Chemo Brain Start Before Chemo?

Research Worth Watching: Using DNA to Optimize Treatment and Reduce Collateral Damage

2017 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium Recap

Love Research Army

We combat the disparities that exist in research by challenging the scientific community to launch studies that are as inclusive and diverse as the people that breast cancer affects.

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