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May's question: How can I cope with chemo brain? Megan's answer, and guidance from several SHARE Helpline volunteers RIGHT HERE

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Many Thanks to Marilyn Lewis

After nearly 15 years as co-facilitator of SHARE's breast cancer support group in Queens, Marilyn Lewis stepped down. We're so glad she remains involved with SHARE. We owe her a lot. Read More >

How Can I Cope with Chemo Brain?

Some of the drugs used to treat breast and ovarian cancer have been shown to cause changes in the brain, but even cancer survivors who don't get chemotherapy seem to suffer from so-called chemo brain. Read More >