How do I deal with breast cancer after treatment?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
Treatment for breast cancer is only one part of the journey. In this video, Dr. Oz welcomes survivor Sheryl Crow, who talks about her battle with breast cancer.

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Living With Breast Cancer

Living With Breast Cancer

If you're going through treatment or know someone battling breast cancer, there are resources available to help. For male and female breast cancer patients, it can be a challenge on a daily basis, as there's not only physical pain ...

to deal with, but also feelings of anxiety or fear. Groups for breast cancer patients, friends and family can help provide psychological and spiritual support. A person's sex life also changes during breast cancer treatment -- but it's worth exploring options to help maintain your self-esteem and keep stress low. On a daily basis, regular exercise and a healthy diet can have a positive influence on breast cancer treatment. Learn more about living with breast cancer with expert advice from Sharecare.

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