Cognitive changes associated with cancer and cancer treatment: state of the science.

@article{Ah2015CognitiveCA,
  title={Cognitive changes associated with cancer and cancer treatment: state of the science.},
  author={Diane Von Ah},
  journal={Clinical journal of oncology nursing},
  year={2015},
  volume={19 1},
  pages={47-56}
}
BACKGROUND Cognitive impairment is a distressing, disruptive, and potentially debilitating symptom that can occur as a direct result of cancer or its treatment. National organizations have identified cognitive impairment as a challenge many survivors face and call for research to address this problem. Despite the priority, research is still relatively limited and questions remain unanswered about prevalence and impact on survivors, as well as coping strategies and effective treatment options… CONTINUE READING

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