“Chemobrain” is a side effect many people report after breast cancer treatment. It is often described as a difficulty with thinking, memory and learning new information or tasks. During this free September webinar, Dr. Asher helped you
- Understand how breast cancer treatment can impact concentration and memory
- Explore the latest research looking at this side effect
- Learn ways to cope with chemobrain in day to day activities like organizing your thoughts and improving your focus and memory.
About Our Speaker
Arash Asher, MD, is the director of cancer survivorship and rehabilitation at the Samuel Oschin Comprehensive Cancer Institute at Cedars-Sinai Medical Center in Los Angeles. His clinical and research interests focus on the rehabilitation of cancer patients to help restore their maximal functional capacity and quality of life. Dr. Asher's expertise is in the non-pharmacologic management of pain, cancer-related fatigue, cognitive dysfunction, neuropathy, exercise prescription for cancer patients and the management other musculoskeletal problems.