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Cancer-related cognitive impairment in patients with non-central nervous system malignancies: an overview for oncology providers from the MASCC Neurological Complications Study Group

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posted on 2024-05-09, 03:46 authored by SJ Mayo, M Lustberg, H M. Dhillon, ZM Nakamura, DH Allen, D Von Ah, M C. Janelsins, A Chan, K Olson, CJ Tan, YL Toh, J Oh, L Grech, YT Cheung, IM Subbiah, D Petranovic, J D’Olimpio, M Gobbo, S Koeppen, CL Loprinzi, L Pang, S Shinde, O Ntukidem, KB Peters
Cancer-related cognitive impairment (CRCI) is commonly experienced by individuals with non-central nervous system cancers throughout the disease and treatment trajectory. CRCI can have a substantial impact on the functional ability and quality of life of patients and their families. To mitigate the impact, oncology providers must know how to identify, assess, and educate patients and caregivers. The objective of this review is to provide oncology clinicians with an overview of CRCI in the context of adults with non-central nervous system cancers, with a particular focus on current approaches in its identification, assessment, and management.

History

Journal

Supportive Care in Cancer

Volume

29

Pagination

2821-2840

Location

Berlin, Germany

ISSN

0941-4355

eISSN

1433-7339

Language

eng

Publication classification

C1.1 Refereed article in a scholarly journal

Issue

6

Publisher

Springer