Lifting the fog on 'chemobrain' : a prospective cohort study of chemotherapy-related cognitive changes in women with early breast cancer
The purpose of this prospective study was to evaluate whether women treated with chemotherapy for early breast cancer would show significantly poorer cognitive functioning following treatment than women not treated with chemotherapy. A comprehensive clinical neuropsychological assessment designed to be sensitive to mild cognitive impairment and change in six cognitive domains was conducted in order to uncover any profile of chemotherapy-related cognitive impairment. Women with early breast...[Show more]
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