Asked by anonymousLearning About Breast Cancer
They hadn't been approved by the FDA in the US when I was doing chemo. 5 years ago. I've seen stories both pro and con with using them.Comment 0
My girlfriend tried it and it was a waste of money. After a while during her treatment she couldn’t be bothered wearing it.Comment 0
Asked by anonymousStage 2A Patient
No I lost my job but often wonder how would I have done it so much thinking involved and chemo brain don't mix. Worried about getting a new job don't want to disappoint.Comment 2
It was tough! I'm a teacher so I would mix up words and forget what I was going to say. The kids were great--they all knew I was going through treatments . But chemo brain is frustrating!Comment 2
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