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If you’ve been diagnosed with cancer and you’ve had trouble concentrating on a task, remembering words or directions, doing several things at once, or recalling a date or phone number, you ...
Side effects are unwanted reactions to medical treatments. For many people, side effects are among the most upsetting parts of being treated for breast cancer. Still, there are many things you ...
What I wish I knew: Coping with chemobrain
Barbara Goodman writes about chemobrain and how acknowledging the problem helped her manage it.
Young women and Black women at higher risk of chemobrain, study finds
Problems with thinking, concentrating, and memory in women with breast cancer can continue 6 months or more after chemotherapy ends.
Chemobrain: Getting Through the Fog
It is estimated that up to 75 percent of people who have chemotherapy during breast cancer treatment experience chemobrain. The problem isn’t unique to breast cancer, but it is possible ...