Think Well is a program designed to increase awareness of cognitive changes after treatment, sometimes referred to as “chemobrain”, and promote healthy living to address those changes in breast cancer survivors.

Healthy living to improve cognitive function includes nutrition, physical activity, sleep, and stress reduction.

This website provides tools for breast cancer survivors, as well as family and friends, who are wanting to live healthy and think well.

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Nutrition: Tell Me Something New!

We all know that proper nutrition plays an important role in thriving despite a breast cancer diagnosis, but does anyone else think that healthy foods can be, well, boring? How do you overcome this barrier of finding actual tasty AND healthy food? Healthy food doesn’t have to be a salad, or something raw for that … Continue reading Nutrition: Tell Me Something New!

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