MD Anderson Cancer Center
Chemobrain ... Is It Real? – CNL
Chemobrain, or difficulty in efficiently processing information, is a legitimate, diagnosable condition that may be caused by chemotherapy treatment, the cancer itself, or secondary medical conditions such as anemia. Christina Meyers, Ph.D., Professor of Neuro-Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses chemobrain and how it can affect cancer patients.
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Title: Chemobrain ... Is It Real? – CNL
Summary: Chemobrain, or difficulty in efficiently processing information, is a legitimate, diagnosable condition that may be caused by chemotherapy treatment, the cancer itself, or secondary medical conditions such as anemia. Christina Meyers, Ph.D., Professor of Neuro-Oncology at MD Anderson Cancer Center, discusses chemobrain and how it can affect cancer patients.
Keywords: M. D. Anderson, MD Anderson, Cancer, Cancer Newsline,chemobrain, cognitive dysfunction, cancer, side effects, Christina Meyers
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