Cancer patients should be told they are likely to experience memory loss or other symptoms of cognitive decline as a result of their disease, according to leading oncologist. Professor Janette Vardy, medical oncologist at the Concord Cancer Centre, University of Sydney, says cancer-related cognitive impairment, sometimes referred to as “chemo fog” or “cancer brain” occurs in ...
Prof Janette Vardy: “cancer brain fog” is more than just chemo
By Tessa Hoffman
5 Jul 2018