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Jean Alvarez is doing a study, at the Cleveland Clinic, on the effectiveness of neurofeedback with 'chemo-brain.' 'I did very well with treatment,' said Alvarez, a 10-year breast cancer survivor. 'But I never felt like I got my brain back.'

The symptoms she described -- gaps in memory, low-level depression, fatigue -- are typical of those who complain about having chemo brain.

'My mind was working much more slowly,'
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