The Leukaemia Foundation is running a webinar about blood cancer and the brain.
Have you experienced changes in your memory, thinking or ability to multitask since living with blood cancer? You may have heard the terms ‘chemo brain’ or ‘brain fog’ to describe this experience. This is a common phenomenon that is not well understood yet it can have a significant impact on your quality of life.
In this webinar, guest speakers:
Professor Janette Vardy – Medical oncologist and clinician researcher, Concord Cancer Centre and the University of Sydney, and
Pippa LaBuc – Senior Occupational Therapist, Peter MacCallum Cancer Centre, Melbourne,
will speak about what ‘cancer related cognitive impairment’ is, why it happens and strategies to manage it.
The Leukaemia Foundation encourages you to pre-submit your questions prior to the webinar at the time of registration or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org.