A Prescription for Wellness:  Health Behavior Practices That Improve Breast Cancer Outcomes

Certain health behavior practices have been proven to reduce recurrence or improve quality of life after breast cancer. Join us for an informal lecture and discussion by Dr. Carolyn Sartor at UNC Wellness Center at Meadowmont on October 26, from 12:30-1:30.  We will discuss the role of exercise, stress reduction, and diet in the post-treatment care of breast cancer survivors.  Find out what YOU can do to improve breast cancer outcomes.

Carolyn I. Sartor, MD is former Chair of Radiation Chair of Radiation Oncology at the University of North Carolina School of Medicine and Co-Director of UNC/Lineberger Comprehensive Cancer Center Breast Cancer Program. She now oversees New Life After Cancer, a non-profit organization created to support cancer survivors’ transitions to wellness through whole-person oriented educational workshops, retreats, advocacy, research, and promotion of academic-community collaborations.