Better understanding of the cognitive troubles associated with cancer

Patients who have undergone chemotherapy for treating cancer often exhibit cognitive dysfunction following treatment. According to a recent study, these cognitive problems could be a consequence of increased levels of inflammatory molecules which compromise the activity of neurons. Download the column

Richard Béliveau

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One study has recently shown that apigenin and luteolin, two polyphenols found in large quantities in celery and parsley, can prevent the development of pancreatic cancer. Download this column.