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The why and how on why you should make movement your mission after a breast cancer diagnosis. It literally could save your life!

Getting yourself moving after a breast cancer diagnosis is absolutely vital, and the good news is, you're never too old to start! Over 80% of those diagnosed with breast cancer are between the ages of 50 and 70. Of those, some may have been active prior to diagnosis, but many will have not.  In this podcast episode 63-year-old breast cancer survivor Chris Mitchell shares with us how she keeps...

Following a breast cancer diagnosis, finding ways to navigate survivorship are essential. In this podcast episode psychologist Sue Nash shares her tips and recommendations to help us do this.

​​“If you could encapsulate the benefits of exercise in a pill, it would be the most widely prescribed medication in the world”, Professor Prue Cormie.

If you focus on just one thing following a breast cancer diagnosis, it has to be exercise! It is the one thing proven by research to not only help with all those nasty side effects of treatment, but also to help with preventing re occurrence. It literally could save your life!

Who would have thought that using apps on your phone could in-fact support and improve your health and well-being?! This would have been unheard of in years gone, however now it’s almost common practice.

Amongst other things, apps can help you with things like monitoring your physical activity, planning healthier meals, teaching you how to sleep better (and who doesn’t want that!) and tracking your...

When going through breast cancer, getting help is a must, but asking for it can be hard. That's where Gather My Crew comes in.

Going through breast cancer can be one of the most challenging times of your life, and a time when help is needed most. Not surprisingly though, asking for help is one of the hardest things a person can do. That’s where Gather My Crew comes in.

While technology has caused a lot of disruption in our lives, it has also provided us with some incredible opportunities. One of those is online communities.

Breast care nurses are often the unsung heroes of a breast cancer support team. But I believe they are the ‘glue’ that holds everything together - providing information, support and advice when you need it most.

While the rest of our medical team is focusing on treating the cancer, breast care nurses are focusing on caring for us, their patients. And they do a bloody amazing job at it.

They take tim...

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