What You Do Not Know Could Hurt You: What Women Wish Their Doctors Had Told Them About Chemotherapy Side Effects on Memory and Response to Alcohol

Abstract

For many patients, a cancer diagnosis is followed by chemotherapy treatment, which works by attacking cells that are growing and dividing throughout the body. Although cancer cells grow and divide more quickly than healthy cells, both are targets. The loss of healthy cells is associated with side effects, such as memory loss and altered response to a… (More)
DOI: 10.4137/BCBCR.S38389

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@inproceedings{CouvertierLebron2016WhatYD, title={What You Do Not Know Could Hurt You: What Women Wish Their Doctors Had Told Them About Chemotherapy Side Effects on Memory and Response to Alcohol}, author={Carmen E. Couvertier-Lebron and Rachel J Dove and Summer F Acevedo}, booktitle={Breast cancer : basic and clinical research}, year={2016} }