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FEB 21, 2013 - Futurity

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Too much chemo leaves brain in a fog

RUTGERS (US) — The effect prolonged chemotherapy has on the development of new brain cells and rhythms may be the cause for the fog-like condition known as “chemo-brain.”It’s not unusual for cancer patients being treated with chemotherapy to complain about not being able to think clearly, connect thoughts, or concentrate on daily tasks. Chemotherapy-induced cognitive impairment (chemo-brain) is common, but the scientific cause has been difficult to pinpoint.

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