Cancer Substantially Affects Cognition

An international group of researchers has found cancer substantially affects memory, in the largest longitudinal cohort study assessing the impacts of the disease and its treatments on cognitive function.

Published in the Journal of Clinical Oncology in the United States, the study—which is also the first of its kind for colorectal cancer—found patients are up to three times more likely than non-cancer sufferers to suffer cognitive impairment… Read More>>

Source: University of Sydney

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