A cancer diagnosis often means chemotherapy. And with that can come extreme fatigue, loss of appetite and something not often mentioned — chemo brain. Many people describe chemo brain as becoming unusually disorganized, having trouble finding the right words, even taking longer than usual to do everyday things.
Elizabeth Porter was diagnosed with Stage 4 Lymphoma 7-years-ago. She’s in remission now, but says the chemotherapy caused more than just fatigue. She was having trouble finding words in conversation and easy tasks had become more challenging. But when she discovered LearningRx, things began to change. For 3-months, Elizabeth was at LearningRx 3 days a week.
Reporter Kelli Hanson introduces us to this Burnsville attorney who says chemo brain got the best of her. That is until the LearningRx program helped her IQ jump 17 points.
LearningRx is offering Twin Cities Live viewers a deal. Mention Twin Cities Live and get an initial assessment for $75. That’s regularly priced at $199.
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