Triple-Negative Breast Cancer Series, Part 1: Reducing Risk of Recurrence Through Healthy Lifestyle Choices
Eating well and exercising not only make you healthier, but also have the potential to put you in a healthier frame of mind. During this free April webinar, Julie R. Gralow, MD, talked about
- research-based lifestyle changes and healthy living strategies to help lower risk of recurrence
- survivorship care plans and how they can help you navigate care after treatment ends
- how healthy living can have a positive impact on your emotional well-being and outlook
About Our Speaker
Julie R. Gralow, MD, is director of breast medical oncology at the Seattle Cancer Care Alliance and a professor in the oncology division at the University of Washington School of Medicine. She is active in clinical care, education and research and is the principal investigator on many local and national clinical trials related to breast cancer treatment, prevention and survivorship.
Dr. Gralow is a member of LBBC’s Medical Advisory Board. She is committed to improving the quality of life for people with breast cancer through education, exercise and diet. She promotes breast cancer awareness in the community. She is medical director and team physician for “Team Survivor Northwest,” a group of women diagnosed with breast cancer who improve their health through fitness and exercise.
For a medical update, check out Part 2 of our free two-part series on triple-negative breast cancer.