Facts for people who have had breast cancer and those who care for them

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In collaboration with breast cancer survivors and scientists involved in the Pathways Study, ZBC is creating a series of Factsheets on topics chosen as important by multi-lingual and lower-income Black, Asian-American, Latina and White women. Each weaves stories and research with specific tips and resources for addressing concerns. These factsheets are for people diagnosed with cancer and those who care for them.

Memory & Thinking Problems After Breast Cancer

memory and thinking problems first pageDuring and after breast cancer treatment many people report memory and thinking problems. Read about Karen’s story, the latest research on how our brains are affected, and how to manage these problems. It has great information for friends and family, too.

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What is Cancer-Related Neuropathy?
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Breast cancer and its treatment can damage nerves, causing pain or discomfort known as peripheral neuropathy. Learn about who is most likely to be affected, the latest treatments, and how Linda, Sue and others cope with nerve problems.

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Read the blogs: Part 1 in English and Spanish and Part 2 in English and Spanish

 

Coming Soon!

New Factsheets to be released soon in English and Spanish:

  • Being Active and Eating Well for Breast Cancer Survivors (Read the blog in English and Spanish now)
  • Heart Health After Breast Cancer