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The mental fog often experienced by breast cancer patients after chemotherapy might be due more to post-traumatic stress than to the cancer drugs, a new study suggests, in this report from Reuters. “Patients who complain of cognitive problems may actually … Continue reading

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“Chemo brain” — the mental fog common after breast cancer treatment — can persist for six months, new research shows, in a report from the Chicago Tribune. The finding comes from one of the largest studies to date to look … Continue reading

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For years, some breast cancer patients reported experiencing difficulties with memory, concentration and other cognitive functions following cancer treatment. Whether this “fogginess” is psychosomatic or reflects underlying changes in brain function has been a bone of contention among scientists and … Continue reading

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Breast cancer expert and practicing breast cancer surgeon Dr. Jay Harness interviewed a number of medical experts during the San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium, including this with Dr. Mina Bissell of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, discussing the importance of … Continue reading

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