Women's experiences of cognitive changes or 'chemobrain' following treatment for breast cancer: a role for occupational therapy?

@article{Player2014WomensEO,
  title={Women's experiences of cognitive changes or 'chemobrain' following treatment for breast cancer: a role for occupational therapy?},
  author={Lucy Player and Lynette Mackenzie and Karen Willis and Siew Yim Loh},
  journal={Australian occupational therapy journal},
  year={2014},
  volume={61 4},
  pages={230-40}
}
BACKGROUND/AIM Changes to functioning and cognition are commonly reported following chemotherapy. These changes are highly individual, and may not be fully recognised or understood. Breast cancer is the most common cancer diagnosed in women worldwide, yet little is known about the impact of cognitive changes for these women following treatment and many do not benefit from occupational therapy services. The aim was to describe changes in cognitive function experienced by women who had undergone… CONTINUE READING
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