Cognitive impairments and cancer chemotherapy: translational research at a crossroads.

@article{Evenden2013CognitiveIA,
  title={Cognitive impairments and cancer chemotherapy: translational research at a crossroads.},
  author={John L Evenden},
  journal={Life sciences},
  year={2013},
  volume={93 17},
  pages={589-95}
}
Cancer chemotherapy is often associated with cognitive deficits which may remain after the treatment has ended. As more people survive cancer, concern is increasing about the impact of these problems with memory and executive function when they return to everyday life. When chemotherapeutic drugs are administered to healthy animals in dosing regimens modeling those used in humans, cognitive deficits also occur, and these preclinical studies can provide information about the biological… CONTINUE READING