Coping with a life-changing diagnosis such as cancer can be incredibly difficult, in part because treatment such as Chemotherapy is not without side effects.
Chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy (CIPN) affects an estimated 71% to 96% of patients with cancer 1 month after receiving chemotherapy. CIPN is often accompanied by pain, burning sensations, tingling, and loss of feeling. According to the study listed here, Neurofeedback may reduce the symptoms of CIPN in patients with cancer.
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