Exercise is one of the best ways to maintain strength, energy, mobility and cope with cancer related fatigue during and after cancer treatment. You should find an exercise that fits your interest and the needs of your body. If you don't feel comfortable exercising on your own, you can work with a physical therapist or a qualified trainer.
When you first learn you have advanced breast cancer or metastatic breast cancer, many questions and emotions arise. This article provides education, support and resources to cope with advanced/metastatic breast cancer.
This webinar, presented by Doris Piccinin, MS, RD, CDE, LDN, discusses healthy nutrition habits regarding soy and flaxseed for patients with breast cancer.
Common myths about breast cancer are addressed and the truth revealed.
Tips for finding a breast prosthesis or breast form that looks natural and fits properly.
Summary of the PAL research study, which demonstrated that weightlifting may play a key role in a program to prevent the painful limb-swelling condition lymphedema following breast cancer treatment.
This article provides information about organizations offering support, education and resources to people living with breast cancer.