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Chemobrain is a condition where patients have cognitive impairments after cancer therapy. Some of the common reported symptoms of chemobrain are as follows:
+ Forgetting things that they usually have no trouble recalling (memory lapses).
+ Trouble concentrating.
+ Trouble remembering details like names, dates, and sometimes larger events.
+ Trouble multi-tasking, like answering the phone while cooking, without losing track of one task.
+ Taking longer to finish things.
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