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How Breast Cancer Treatment Affects Your Ability to Exercise

Kathy Miller, MD, talks about how breast cancer treatments can affect ability to exercise, as well as how to exercise during treatment.
Oct 19, 2016
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In this Breastcancer.org podcast, Dr. Kathy Miller talks about how breast cancer treatments can affect your stamina and your ability to exercise, as well as how to exercise during treatment.

Listen to the podcast to hear Dr. Miller talk about:

  • how to figure out what a safe level of exercise is while you’re getting chemotherapy or radiation or recovering from surgery

  • tips on how to start exercising if you’ve never exercised before

  • how treatment can change your stamina

  • the benefits of exercise, including helping women recover from treatment

About the guest
 
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Kathy D. Miller, MD

Affiliations: Indiana University School of Medicine, IU Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center, IUSCC Women’s Clinic

Areas of specialization: breast care, hematology-oncology, medical
oncology

Dr. Miller is the Ballvé Lantero Professor of Oncology, and associate director of clinical research at the Indiana University Simon Comprehensive Cancer Center in Indianapolis, IN

— Last updated on May 2, 2022, 2:44 PM

 
 
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