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Dr. Susan Love Research Foundation

This is How I Act with Love

Cindy Wehmeyer1Tick'¦..Tick'¦.Tick. Interesting, I hadn't noticed the clock in the hallway of the hospital being so loud before. Several of us sat outside Linda's room, knowing that tonight was probably the night. The door opened and Dennis' white face shared the news even before he spoke a word.

Might “Chemo Brain” Start Before Chemo?

Cancer patients have been telling their doctors about the foggy thinking and forgetfulness that are often referred to as 'chemobrain' for years. Initially, many doctors didn't take these complaints seriously. But as more attention began to be paid to cancer survivors' quality of life, cognitive functioning began to be seen as a topic that needs study.