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Coping with breast cancer can be draining and stressful. Get facts and tips on managing and living with breast cancer during treatment and beyond.

Living and Coping

Fatigue is common with cancer and cancer treatment. Learn how to handle cancer fatigue.

After mastectomy, doctors can sculpt a new breast. The choice to get breast reconstruction surgery is the patient’s personal choice. Read about the decision in these articles.

What should you eat during breast cancer treatment? Can you work out if you feel like it? Read about it and check with your doctors because every person is different.

Cancer may cut your appetite. But good nutrition is always important. Learn more about healthy eating during cancer treatment. This article isn’t specific to breast cancer.

If you’ve got breast cancer now or have had it in the past, you may wonder how new breast cancer findings affect you. Learn four key questions to ask about new breast cancer research.

This article covers questions about relationships and breast cancer. This article is mainly about heterosexual women.

Do you have a friend or relative with breast cancer? Here are tips for supporting her.

This article is for men who are supporting a friend, daughter, girlfriend, or spouse with breast cancer.

WebMD helps women with breast cancer find the right clothes to wear while dealing with its side effects. Find advice on bras, head scarves, comfortable tops, and even breast cancer awareness bracelets and ribbons.

Done with breast cancer treatment? You may be ready to create a “new normal” for life. Read about that here.

Done with breast cancer treatment? You may be ready to create a “new normal” for life. Read about that here.

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This feature article, first published in “WebMD the Magazine,” profiles a close-knit group of breast cancer survivors from WebMD’s Breast Cancer: Friend to Friend message board.

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