Boobs Aren't Worth Dying For - Integrative Health and Breast Cancer Recovery

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Anyone who has been through breast cancer and breast cancer treatment knows it’s not over the day you ring the chemo bell. All too often there are ongoing health deficits and problems that go on for months or even years after oncology treatment. As more and more women and men are living with breast cancer as a chronic disease there is a need for integrative care that combines the best of conventional medical treatment and natural and complementary medicine that address not only oncology treatment but healing and reclaiming health after chemo, surgery and radiation. As a Functional Medicine Practitioner, Advance Practice RN and breast cancer survivor Deborah Beaumont will bring you information from a evidence based functional medicine/integrative health perspective. We look at comprehensive, integrative modalities such as mind-body medicine, therapeutic nutrition, natural medicines, CBD oil and lifestyle changes to support cancer recovery. The podcast dedicated to the real life issues and concerns of breast cancer and breast cancer treatment survivors.

Contact information and show information can be found at www.MindBodyNutritionRN.com or the host can be contacted at [email protected]

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Mental health and breast cancer

Today's guest Maegan Mohlner was just 26 when she was diagnosed with triple negative breast cancer 3 weeks before her wedding.  Her experience led her into blogging and writing about her experiences with cancer and recovery at such a young age.  Her professional experience as a social worker has led her to become an advocate for mental health issues when facing cancer.  Maegan has become a blogger, educator and activist who is passionate about educating people about the increasing risk and incidence of breast cancer and the need for screening and detection in young women as well as emotional and mental health when facing a breast cancer diagnosis.