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Why Health Literacy Is Important for People With Breast Cancer

Jenni Sheng, M.D., explains the importance of health literacy for people diagnosed with breast cancer.
Jan 9, 2021
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Listen to the episode to hear Dr. Sheng explain:

  • what health literacy is and how having good health literacy skills can help people diagnosed with breast cancer

  • how people can improve their health literacy skills

  • how to navigate online sources of health information

About the guest
 
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Jenni Sheng, MD

Dr. Jenni Sheng is assistant professor of oncology at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine. Dr. Sheng mainly treats people diagnosed with breast cancer and helps them live with, through, and beyond cancer by working with her patients to create the best treatment plans and manage any side effects treatment may cause.

Dr. Sheng is also a research member of GRASP — Guiding Researchers and Advocates to Scientific Partnerships — a nonprofit that connects cancer researchers and advocates so they can learn from each other.

— Last updated on June 29, 2022, 2:45 PM

 
 
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