Heart Health After Cancer Treatment - Heart ACT

HEART-ACT is a program for breast cancer survivors to help improve health after cancer treatment. After surviving breast cancer, many people want to stay healthy but aren’t sure how to do it. As a breast cancer survivor, you have a higher risk of having heart problems in the future, which makes it even more important to stay healthy. People at ZSFG and UCSF have been working with breast cancer survivors to create the HEART-ACT program to help improve health after cancer treatment. The program is 12 weeks long and is personalized to you. It includes exercise, health coaching, and education on physical activity, healthy eating, heart disease risk, and emotional wellbeing.

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