Neurologic Diseases

The elderly comprise the largest percentage of cancer patients. Patients in older age groups are not only at increased risk to develop cancer but also more vulnerable to age-related neurocognitive disorders unrelated to but coexisting with cancer, such as cerebrovascular disease and dementia of the Alzheimer's type. Cancer patients may also have a preexisting history of traumatic brain injury, developmental disorder, multiple sclerosis, and other conditions or diseases that affect cognitive functioning. These patients may be more vulnerable to develop neurotoxic side effects from cancer and cancer treatment and need to be monitored closely.

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