Breast Cancer Survivors

. October 1, 2016.
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The University of Toledo Center for Health and Successful Living introduces a health coaching program.  Breast cancer survivors often struggle with long-lasting complications from treatment and find it difficult to maintain optimum health.

Using the survivor’s life goals and priorities as a guide, the health coach and survivor will work together to identify specific health behavior changes needed to help her accomplish life goals and priorities.

UT’s Center for Health and Successful Living is a community hub of resources, education and supportive services for individuals living with chronic disease.

For more information: www.utoledo.edu/centers/chsl

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