Study is first to show feasibility and efficacy of a new use for autologous stem cell transplant. For the first...
The brain’s key “breeder” cells secrete substances that boost the numbers and strength of critical brain-based immune cells believed to play a vital role in brain health. This finding adds a new dimension to our understanding of how resident stem cells and stem cell transplants may improve brain function.
A new study argues that prolonged chemotherapy decreases the development of new brain cells, and disrupts ongoing brain rhythms in the part of the brain responsible for making new memories.
Researchers confirm the mental fogginess produced as a result of taking the cancer drug tamoxifen, is real. They have also discovered an existing drug compound which appears to counteract the effects of this medication.
A new study provides additional insight into the cognitive losses often seen as a result of chemotherapy and in some autoimmune diseases.
A new study provides a possible explanation as to what causes cognitive and memory problems associated with chemotherapy treatments.
Researchers report children who received chemotherapy alone for acute lymphoblastic leukemia remain at risk for attention and learning problems after the treatment ends.
The release and uptake of dopamine and serotonin becomes sluggish in rat brains following chemotherapy, researchers report.
Many breast cancer survivors report cognitive problems following treatment. New research from UCSD finds breast cancer survivors who increase physical activity and embark on regular exercise experience improved mental processing.