Presentation of the platform work at ASCO 2019

First results of Cog-Réduc and CANTO-Cog studies have been selected for poster presentations at the annual meeting of the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO), that took place in Chicago (USA) from May 31st to June 4th, 2019.

  • M. Dos Santos, O. Rigal, I. Léger, I.Licaj, S. Dauchy, C. Levy, S. Noal, C. Segura, C. Delcambre, D. Allouache, A. Parzy, M. Lange, A. Capel, B. Clarisse, JM. Grellard, J. Lefel, F. Joly. Cognitive rehabilitation program to improve cognition of cancer patients treated with chemotherapy A randomized controlled multicenter trial. 2019 ASCO annual meeting Abstract #1152
  • Marie Lange, Isabelle Léger, Olivier Rigal, Idlir Licaj, Shanna Rajpar, Johan Le Fel, Christelle Lévy, Aurélie Capel, Ines Maria Vaz Duarte Luis, Jonathan Meyer, Florence Lerebours, Jean Pettrucci, Laurence Vanlemmens, Marine Brion, Anne-Laure Martin, Christel Mesleard, Patrick Arveux, Fabrice André, Sarah Dauchy, Florence Joly. Cognitive impairment in breast cancer patients before surgery? Results of a subgroup of the French CANTO cohort. 2019 ASCO annual meeting Abstract #561