Even though people with cancer undergo a variety of different treatments, the side effects of these treatments aren’t always well understood. From speaking with you – the cancer community – we know that many of you experience Chemo Brain. And often, you experience it without even knowing what it is.
You aren’t going mad – and you aren’t alone. Tune in for helpful tips and information about managing chemo brain.
On this week’s episode:
- We talk about chemo brain with Lydia Donaldson, a friend and colleague who has been exploring the effects of cancer treatment on the brain.
- Sarah-Jane Phillips, author of Worms on Parachutes, and a two-time cancer survivor, speaks to us about the best ways to cope with cancer, and the value of writing as a therapeutic practice.
- Our in-depth guide to chemo brain: what it is, why it happens, and the best ways to manage it.
- Q&A with Sarah-Jane Phillips, author of Worms on Parachutes.
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