ELLICSR (Toronto General Hospital, Basement, Room B PMB 130)
Hours & Contact
Monday – Friday, 9:00 am – 5:00 pm
416 946 4501 ext. 2363
The Neurocognitive Clinic can help you manage cancer-related thinking and memory problems (sometimes called chemo-brain or brain fog).
Some cancer patients notice difficulties with concentration, memory, multi-tasking and planning. These changes to thinking ability can occur both during and after treatment. Sometimes the changes are temporary and sometimes they last for several years.
During your appointment at the Neurocognitive Clinic, we will give you information about how cancer and cancer treatment can affect your thought processes. Together, we will discuss your concerns and help you come up with strategies to improve your thinking abilities.
How to Register
If you are interested in learning how to manage thinking and memory problems, call us to register for What You Can Do about Brain Fog.
The Neurocognitive Clinic is open to all patients at Princess Margaret. You do not need a referral from your doctor to go to the Neurocognitive Clinic. You can refer yourself to the clinic by filling out the referral form or having your doctor complete the form for you.
What You Can Do about Brain Fog