If you’re a breast cancer sister, you probably have heard of “chemofog.” This is the term breast cancer survivors use to talk about what chemotherapy does to their brains.

As if hair loss is not enough, a recent study seems to confirm that a whole lot of women are experiencing impaired cognitive functioning.

For the women who have chemotherapy ahead of them, this can feel like one more thing to dread. However, for women who’ve been through the chemofog, it’s at least reassuring that you’re not alone in this experience. It’s real.

Read more here: http://www.medscape.com/viewarticle/876013

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