Re: [MOL] Chemos Brain Drain Persists, Study Implies.... [02348] Medicine On Line


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Re: [MOL] Chemos Brain Drain Persists, Study Implies....



In a message dated 03/30/00 11:27:37 AM Eastern Standard Time, 
KathleenCorrigan@AOL.COM writes:

<< Hi, friends.  This is somewhat disturbing to me, but it certainly explains 
a 
 few things!  I don't suppose there's any way to reverse it, either, is 
there? 
  Oh, well.  I'm still glad my doctors were aggressive.  I don't need to do 
 math in my head anyway.  LOL  Love, Kathy >>

Kathy, I wouldn't worry much about it - seems that most of the people I know 
over 40 are afflicted by chemobrain too - without any chemo!  And I am 
SERIOUS.  -chris

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