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Cognitive Impairment

Chemo Brain, Chemo Fog

Mild cognitive impairment (also known as "chemo brain" or "chemo fog") is common among individuals being treated for cancer. Recent reports suggest that up to 75% of cancer patients may experience subtle cognitive changes that make day-to-day management of work and family responsibilities very difficult. Domains affected by neurocognitive dysfunction include:

  • Attention
  • Executive function
  • Language
  • Memory
  • Processing speed
  • Verbal learning

    Fortunately, baseline assessments and evidence-based treatments are available to improve cognitive function.

    To schedule a cognitive impairment assessment please fill out the form below.

    Questions, or need help immediately? Contact us through the form below, call 801-236-2294,  or email: helpdesk@survivorwellness.org