- Having a good support network. The value of support from your family and friends is obvious, but support from other patients and survivors is also very powerful.
- Being and staying in good physical shape. There is growing evidence that shows exercise (and a healthy diet) can help maintain emotional well-being during and beyond breast cancer treatment.
- Having an excellent relationship with your doctor. A doctor who understands your situation, takes time to answer your questions, and truly is a partner in your care can make a big difference.
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