Surviving & Thriving on Aromatase Inhibitors

Held Four Times A Year

Have you been diagnosed with breast cancer and prescribed an aromatase inhibitor? (Anastrozole, Letrozole or Exemestane).  Are you experiencing joint pain as a result? The Coalition can help you take control of your health and well-being with a ground-breaking program, Surviving & Thriving on Aromatase Inhibitors!  This new four- session program will:

  • Provide education about this important class of drugs
  • Teach you movement exercises to alleviate side effects and provide you with tracking tools to track movement
  • Give you information on nutrition interventions and supplements to reduce joint pain
  • Offer support from survivors who are experiencing the painful side effect of joint pain
  • Empower you to continue your drug regimen

You must commit to attend all four sessions to be considered for this program.

For more information, please contact the Coalition’s Program Director,
Jennifer Gaylord, at jennifer@bccr.org or 473-8177.

 

This program is supported with funds from the State of New York.


All Coalition programs are free unless otherwise noted. We invite you to view our program calender here.