Frequently Asked Questions
12. Why can't I remember things the way I did before I had cancer?
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The changes in memory and concentration that are associated with cancer treatment, sometimes called "chemobrain," can begin during treatment or they can occur much later. The exact causes are unknown, but people who have had chemotherapy or who have had radiation to the head seem to be more likely to experience these problems.