A Meta-Analysis of Cognitive Impairment and Decline Associated with Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Women with Breast Cancer

@inproceedings{Ono2015AMO,
  title={A Meta-Analysis of Cognitive Impairment and Decline Associated with Adjuvant Chemotherapy in Women with Breast Cancer},
  author={Miyuki Ono and James Murray Ogilvie and Jennifer S. Wilson and Heather J Green and Suzanne K Chambers and Tamara Ownsworth and David H K Shum},
  booktitle={Front. Oncol.},
  year={2015}
}
A meta-analysis was performed to quantify the magnitude and nature of the association between adjuvant chemotherapy and performance on a range of cognitive domains among breast cancer patients. A total of 27 studies (14 cross-sectional, 8 both cross-sectional and prospective, and 5 prospective) were included in the analyses, involving 1562 breast cancer patients who had undergone adjuvant chemotherapy and 2799 controls that included breast cancer patients who did not receive adjuvant… CONTINUE READING

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