Michelle Janelsins http://wrvo.org en Researcher hopes "chemo brain" study can help cancer patients http://wrvo.org/post/researcher-hopes-chemo-brain-study-can-help-cancer-patients <p>Chemotherapy is one of the best known forms of cancer treatment, and while often effective, it can leave behind a number of side effects, like hair loss and nausea. Some who have undergone chemotherapy also have claimed to have felt foggy, forgetful and not as sharp as they were before the treatment. Largely ignored by the medical community in the past, this symptom, which is referred to as &ldquo;<a href="http://www.cancer.org/treatment/treatmentsandsideeffects/physicalsideeffects/chemotherapyeffects/chemo-brain">chemo brain</a>,&rdquo; is finally starting to come to the forefront in medical research.</p><p>This week on <em>Take Care</em>, <a href="http://www.urmc.rochester.edu/people/23452695-michelle-c-janelsins-benton">Dr. Michelle Janelsins</a> talks about the research she and others are now conducting on chemo brain. Janelsins is currently an assistant professor in the Department of Surgery, Cancer Control at the University of Rochester School of Medicine, where she got her PhD.</p><p>Click &#39;Read More&#39; to hear our interview with Dr. Janelsins.</p><p> Sun, 29 Sep 2013 23:00:00 +0000 Take Care 44757 at http://wrvo.org Researcher hopes "chemo brain" study can help cancer patients