After a diagnosis of breast cancer, you might notice difficulties with thinking.
These difficulties are called "cancer-related cognitive impairment," and can include problems with memory, attention, and concentration. We are interested in learning more about what factors might be associated with the development of these thinking difficulties in addition to breast cancer survivors' preferences regarding treatment of these problems. This study will allow us to develop treatment programs that best meet the needs of breast cancer survivors who experience cancer-related cognitive impairment.
Recruitment for this study is currently closed. Please contact Autumn Lanoye (firstname.lastname@example.org) with any questions.
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