An Overview of Chemotherapy-Related Cognitive Dysfunction, or ‘Chemobrain’ | Cancer Network

Pharmacologic treatments do not have proven value in the management of chemotherapy-related cognitive dysfunction, but patients may benefit from cognitive rehabilitation. Clinical guidelines are needed for assessment and management of chemotherapy-related cognitive dysfunction.

via An Overview of Chemotherapy-Related Cognitive Dysfunction, or ‘Chemobrain’ | Cancer Network.

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