Cancer treatments may affect cognitive function by accelerating biological aging

November 26th, 2018 | Posted by admin in Uncategorized

Cancer treatments are suspected to accelerate certain aging processes in the body. A new study has found that indicators of such biological aging correlate with declines in cognitive function in women who had undergone breast cancer treatment several years earlier. The findings point to an aging-like effect of cancer treatments and further connect this to cognitive decline.
Source: Medicine Science Daily

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