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BrainBaseline CARE: Cancer & Brain Health Study

BrainBaseline’s Cognitive Assessment Research & Education (CARE) program is a line of research apps designed to study and improve our understanding on how various conditions affect the brain

BrainBaseline’s Cognitive Assessment Research & Education (CARE) program is a line of research apps designed to study and improve our understanding on how various conditions affect the brain

BrainBaseline CARE: Cancer & Brain Health Study

by Digital Artefacts L.L.C.
BrainBaseline CARE: Cancer & Brain Health Study
BrainBaseline CARE: Cancer & Brain Health Study
BrainBaseline CARE: Cancer & Brain Health Study

What is it about?

BrainBaseline’s Cognitive Assessment Research & Education (CARE) program is a line of research apps designed to study and improve our understanding on how various conditions affect the brain.

BrainBaseline CARE: Cancer & Brain Health Study

App Details

Version
1.0
Rating
NA
Size
106Mb
Genre
Medical
Last updated
March 30, 2017
Release date
March 30, 2017
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App Store Description

BrainBaseline’s Cognitive Assessment Research & Education (CARE) program is a line of research apps designed to study and improve our understanding on how various conditions affect the brain.

This study, BrainBaseline CARE: Feasibility study on a Cancer Patient Cognitive Assessment Platform, aims to measure the relationship between cancer and cognitive decline, sometimes referred to as “chemo brain”. Recent research indicates that cancer or cancer-related treatment may be linked to cognitive impairment during and after treatment. Little is known about the cause of the impairment and may result from the cancer, the cancer treatment, or indirectly from secondary factors such as stress, fatigue, or depression.

The focus of this initial study is gathering data on the feasibility of a cognitive assessment battery to detect cognitive declines in cancer patients and survivors. The ultimate goal is for doctors to use the cognitive assessment battery to craft better treatment plans accounting for patient cognitive health.