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Myeloma Side-Effects- Healing Chemobrain

“Now, data from a large national sample suggest that cognitive deficits (chemobrain) may persist long-term…” There are many names for it- chemobrain, chemofog, the formal phrase is chemotherapy-induced

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Multiple Myeloma-“Your Brain after Chemo” aka Chemobrain

I began experiencing the symptoms of Post-chemotherapy cognitive impairment aka chemobrain in the years that followed my conventional therapies for multiple myeloma I was diagnosed with multiple myeloma

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Chemobrain Coping- list of 8 after 25 years-

I consider my chemobrain (from MM treatment) to be similar to what Jane Brody calls “age-related cognitive decline.” While I may not be able to cure both, I do believe in the therapies below- Chemobrain

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Choline, Phosphatidylserine- Non-Toxic Therapies to Fight Alzheimer’s

Choline is used by the body to produce acetyl-choline, an important neurotransmitter essential for brain and nervous system functions including memory, muscle control and mood The article linked and excerpted

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High-dose Cytoxan- Chemobrain, Painful Bladder-

“Acute haemorrhagic cystitis occurs in 30 per cent of patients receiving high dose cyclophosphmide . The case highlights that late and severe haemorrhagic cystitis can develop even when cyclophasphamide

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Is Atrial Fibrillation Giving Me Dementia!?

Atrial fibrillation (AF) in patients without stroke is independently associated with cognitive decline, according to study results published in the European Journal of Neurology I developed chemo-induced

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