For many patients with cancer or are in remission, cognitive impairment is frequently a complaint. In a national cross sectional study, it was reported that a history of cancer was associated with a 40% chance of an increased amount of memory issues. Commonly, patients describe themselves as having “chemo brain”, a term used to describe the experience of cognitive problems such as memory loss that a patient experiences before, during, and after treatment. Chemotherapy may cause individuals to have cognitive impairment which can manifest as disorganized behavior and thinking, confusion, memory loss, difficulty sustaining attention, and trouble making decisions. In a study done by Janelsins et al (2014), it was reported that 30% of patients with cancer exhibit cognitive impairment prior to treatment, 75% of patients might have measurable cognitive impairment during treatment, and 35% of cancer survivors will continue to exhibit cognitive difficulties in the months to years that follow treatment.