|Title||Systematic review of self-reported cognitive function in cancer patients following chemotherapy treatment|
|Publication Type||Journal Article|
|Year of Publication||2018|
|Authors||Bray, VJ, Dhillon, HM, Vardy, JL|
|Journal||Journal of Cancer Survivorship|
Cognitive symptoms are common in cancer patients, with up to 70% reporting cognitive symptoms following chemotherapy. These symptoms can have a major impact on how an individual functions in all aspects of their lives. This review evaluates self-reported cognitive function and its associations with neuropsychological tests and patient-reported outcomes in adult cancer patients who received chemotherapy treatment for a solid cancer.
|Short Title||J Cancer Surviv|