VC Behavior Therapy Improves Chemotherapy-Related Cognitive Dysfunction in Cancer Survivors

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Story by Alexandra Todak, Healio

Memory and Attention Adaptation Training via videoconference technology led to improvements in cognitive impairments and neuropsychological processing speed in survivors of breast cancer, according to results of a randomized trial.

Although cognitive dysfunction affects 25% to 40% of patients treated with chemotherapy, there are no established therapies for this survivorship issue.

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