One in three older blood cancer patients are likely to have cognitive deficiencies, research from the US suggests. And the findings that cognitive impairment is associated with poor prognosis highlights the case for routine cognitive screening, say the authors of a US study published this week in JAMA Oncology. In the study, 360 patients aged ...
Cognitive impairment found in one in three older blood cancer patients
By Tessa Hoffman
7 Mar 2018