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Chemo Brain and Recovery: A Guide for Survival

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Have you or a loved had chemotherapy treatment and then discovered that you can’t think the way you used to?

Chemotherapy can prove more damaging to brain cells than to cancer cells. That's the bad news. The good news is that you can accelerate the growth of new brain cells and recover your mind. This eBook can begin helping you on the day you download it.

Cancer survivor and neuro-nutritionist, psychologist Dr. Susan Hardwicke provides professional self-help for chemo brain in this valuable eBook.

Chemo Brain and Recovery: A Guide For Survival features:

1.How chemotherapy works and how it affects the brain
2.How to determine chemotherapy’s effects on you
3.How to develop your own plan for healing and recovery
4.Diet and supplement suggestions, based on research and experience.

Friendly, readable format, with charts and tables.

Chemo Brain and Recovery: A Guide for Survival is available immediately in eBook form.

Contact information: 
susan.hardwicke@vabion.com (804) 308-1956
Susan Hardwicke, Ph.D.
Publish date: 
January 2009



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