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Managing Chemo Brain in Pediatric Survivors of Childhood Cancer

Cancer-associated cognitive impairment, commonly known as chemo brain, is an adverse effect of cancer and its treatment that survivors experience to varying degrees. Symptoms generally include attention and concentration difficulties, reduced processing speed and executive function, and compromised short-term memory. Chemo brain affects more than one-third of all survivors of childhood cancers.

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