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Here are a few resources on changes in thinking and memory which can happen for some during their cancer journey.
Cognitive problems can occur before, during or after cancer treatment. Some people notice small subtle changes and for others the effects are obvious. These changes in thinking and memory are called cancer-related cognitive impairments or cancer fog or chemo brain.
Some of these changes may include;
Cancer Council has several resources available to help you understand some of these changes and ways to support you to cope with some of these issues. You might like to read our ‘Understanding Changes Thinking and Memory fact sheet’, click here for a pdf version or visit our webiste.
Please take a look at our webinar which discusses “Chemobrain”, click here to view.
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