My hospital doesn’t have a direct connection with an inpatient chemo unit, but occasionally we’ll get someone direct from MD Anderson in Houston who wanted to do their inpatient rehab closer to home and family. So, I can’t say I have a lot of professional experience with these type of patients, but a little bit.
And I would say that over all they do seem to have brains that don’t really shut off. They seem to be everywhere at once, but nowhere at the same time.
Which I think is what this article is saying. The breast cancer survivors in the article reported difficulties concentrating which weren’t picked up on traditional tests, but were evident in MRI.
Anyone else have personal or professional experience you’d like to share?