Patient & Caregiver Education

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Stem Cell Transplant Exercise Program: Level 2

This information describes Level 2 of an exercise program that will help you throughout the course of your stem cell transplant and during your recovery.

Exercises After Breast Surgery Without Reconstruction | Video

This video will show you how to perform the exercises you’ll need to do after your breast surgery. This video is for people who have not had reconstruction.

Importance of Exercise After Diagnosis of Breast Cancer

This information explains how exercising after your breast cancer diagnosis can help you be healthier.

Exercises After Breast Surgery With Reconstruction Using a Tissue Expander | Video

This video will show you how to perform the exercises you’ll need to do after your breast surgery. This video is for people who have had reconstruction using a tissue expander.

About Your Cystoscopy

This information will help you prepare for your cystoscopy and other related procedures at Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK).

Caring for Yourself After Your Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy

This information will help you care for yourself after your sentinel lymph node biopsy at Memorial Sloan Kettering (MSK).

Exercises for Men After Mastectomy

This information describes how you can perform arm and shoulder exercises, a breathing exercise, and scar massage after your mastectomy.

About Your Thoracic Surgery

This guide will help you prepare for your thoracic surgery or procedure at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center.

Breast Reconstruction Using a Tissue Expander

This information will help you learn how to care for yourself after your breast reconstruction surgery using a tissue expander and will help you prepare for the tissue expander process.

Instructions for After Your Image-Guided Breast Biopsy

This information will help you care for your biopsy site after your ultrasound, magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), or stereotactic breast biopsy.