Morning North | Nov 22, 2012 | 9:30

Chemotherapy and memory loss

Chemotherapy affects brain function in some cancer patients causing memory loss. One in four of the affected patients never fully recovers. Dr. Matias Mariani is leading a 10 week rehabilitation study to try and figure out why this happens. He hopes to restore memory loss in cancer patients.

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