Chemo brain after cancer treatment – Dana-Farber Cancer Institute

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“Chemo brain” and “chemo fog” describe memory problems cancer survivors experience after treatment. Learn strategies for dealing with these problems from Dr. Mary-Ellen Meadows of Brigham and Women’s Hospital in Boston. More: http://www.dana-farber.org/pat/surviving/adult-onset/living-well/6-cognitive-…

 

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  1. My45year old daughter has had a double mastectomy with aggresive tumors in the left breast.She has had three treatments of Chemo.She is on medication for “Bypolar.she continues to smoke and drink and loves to party.Can the Chemo effect other Meds and what affect with the latter?Still 3Chemos’ and Ray to come.

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