I always knew that chemobrain was real. Years of continuous multiple myeloma (bone marrow cancer) therapy left my mind clouded and me grasping for words during speech that now seemed just out of reach.
I would like to pass along an invaluable resource for those of us that are undergoing chemotherapy.
Check-out excerpts from this awesome online Cure Magazine article about chemotherapy induced-peripheral neuropathy (PN) or (CIPN):
I’m not sure how I feel about the latest news about the latest breast cancer therapy news. You can bet the drug company that makes Tamozifen paid for this study. Is the cost–and taking a serious drug with serious side effects for an additional five years–worth a 3% gain in overall survival? Read this and watch the videos if you like and see what you think:
Helpful tips from cancer survivor David Emerson’s newsletter, People Beating Cancer:
Yesterday I editorialized about an article I chose to run about nutrition and cancer. Not because it wasn’t good–it was–but because it was most likely written by a paid staffer representing someone with an undisclosed financial interest.
Here is an inspirational story about how exercise has helped improve the lives of some enthusiastic cancer survivors from Texas:
Here is a link to an online booklet about chemotherapy side-effects and how to manage them from CancerCare: