Cognitive effects associated with cancer treatments

Date: Monday, 25/11/2019
Time: 11.00am — 12.00pm

Location:  Counterpart Resource Centre

Some women diagnosed with cancer complain that their ability to think clearly has been reduced since treatment began. Research into this topic is growing and there is now stronger evidence that subtle changes in thinking do occur in some women. However the reason for this is still not clear. Adrian Schembri, Director of Clinical Science at Cogstate will discuss symptoms that you might experience, possible causes and ways you can monitor and manage your symptoms, as well as some of the recent developments on this topic.

Last Updated: 21 August, 2019 10:41 am