Recently Diagnosed? What to Expect, with Health Monitor
If you're facing early-stage HER2+ breast cancer, you have questions—and they're probably not all getting answered during a regular office visit.
If you’re facing early-stage HER2+ breast cancer, you have questions—and they’re probably not all getting answered during a regular office visit.
That’s why we asked the top experts in the field to bring you the insight, encouragement, and everyday wisdom that can help inform your decisions, big and small, in our FREE five-episode podcast.
In this series, we bring together the foremost medical experts to enlighten and empower women facing a diagnosis of HER2+ Breast Cancer. They provide answers to your top questions and share insights and practical tips that can help you move ahead with clarity and confidence. Tune in now: https://www.recentlydiagnosedpod.com/
Episode 1: Understanding your diagnosis
Yale School of Medicine oncologist Maryam Lustberg, MD, explains your HER2+ diagnosis—and why today’s advances mean you have every reason to feel confident in your future.
Episode 2: Exploring your treatment options
Medical breakthroughs are helping more women beat early-stage HER2+ than ever before. Here to talk about those treatment options—and how they’ve changed—is renowned breast surgeon Regina Hampton, MD.
Episode 3: Which treatment approach is best for you
Listen as renowned Yale School of Medicine oncologist Maryam Lustberg, MD, explains how you and your doctor will chart your best course for beating HER2+. Episode 4: Paying attention to your nutritional needs.
Episode 4: Paying attention to your nutritional needs
Daniella Chace, MSc, CN, is a nationally renowned nutrition therapist, and she says the best foods to prime your body against cancer may be staring at you in the produce aisle…
Episode 5: Nurturing your emotional well-being
Wendy Lichtenthal, PhD, a clinical psychologist at Memorial Sloan Kettering, gives you the coping framework that can help you stay focused and find meaning during your journey.
For more information on navigating cancer check out the American Cancer Society’s website: https://www.cancer.org/