Tag Archive: chemo brain

Ready for some shhmoozing? How technology can help with your cancer recovery

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In recent years, social networking services and the ever-changing digital technology landscape have affected many sectors of the global healthcare industry. Patients are using social networks to learn more about their health conditions and… Continue reading

Weekly Round Up

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Well, life carries on. I have gone back into some semblance of a routine this week, going back to work,  in-between hospital visits. I have also been catching up on your blogs and… Continue reading

Clearing life’s everyday haze

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“The tragedy of life is not that it ends so soon, but that we wait so long to begin it.” ~ W.M. Lewis I was reminded of this quote while reading Therese Borchard’s… Continue reading

8 foods to beat chemo-brain

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Can this Indian spice help boost brain power? Are you struggling with chemo-brain post treatment? Did you know that new research on so-called “brain foods” show that some chemicals in the foods we… Continue reading

When the fog lifts: a new perspective on chemo brain

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When I started to read Dan Barry’s “My brain on chemo: alive and alert“, in the New York Times, I thought at first I was in for a treatise on the side effects… Continue reading

Returning to work after cancer

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Some of us choose to work right through our treatment for cancer, while others will find themselves on certified sick leave for a period of time. This may be of a few months duration,… Continue reading

“Chemo brain” better with letrozole

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That fuzzy headed, forgetfulness we call “chemo brain”, which occurs after chemotherapy, or while on hormonal treatment can be quite distressing as you try to pick up the pieces of your life and move… Continue reading