McDougall to speak about chemo brain for the Take a Journey in Science Series

WHAT: What is Chemo Brain?

WHO: Dr. Graham McDougall

WHEN: Feb. 2, 2 -2:15 p.m.

WHERE: Rodgers Library for Science and Engineering (1st floor outside Nightingale Room)

WHY: “The cognitive impairment experienced by breast cancer survivors (BCS) following chemotherapy has been documented as a serious problem in everyday life," said Department Director Arian Abdulla. "Survivors have diminished executive function, verbal memory, and motor function.”

Graham McDougall, a professor at the Capstone College of Nursing, will be speaking and then holding a brief question and answer session afterwards.

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