Cognitive effects associated with cancer treatments

by Schembri, Adrian

Counterpart, Melbourne, Australia, 2019

Click the 'View this item online' link above to view this What's On session slide presentation: Cognitive effects associated with cancer treatments. Dr Adrian Schembri presents this session, which was recorded at Women's Health Victoria, Melbourne, on 25 November 2019.

Some women diagnosed with cancer complain that their ability to think clearly has been reduced since treatment began. Many women describe this as "chemobrain" or "brain fog". This presentation covers research into this topic, as well as symptoms that you might experience and ways you can monitor and manage them.

Categories: Cancer Treatment, Side Effects

Subjects: Psychological wellbeing

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Last Updated: 10 December, 2019 1:17 pm