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The following are videos of selected meetings, lectures, and discussions designed to assist in adjustment to life after cancer treatment.

Each program is tailored to a specific aspect of living well after cancer. These programs are sponsored by our Resources for Life After Cancer program and CancerSmart lecture series.

Many of the videos below can be viewed in iTunes.

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Pictured: Yang Yang
Qigong for Cancer Survivors: An Introduction
Integrative medicine specialist Yang Yang describes the benefits of qigong for cancer survivors, and demonstrates exercises and meditation.
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Video: Female Sexual and Vaginal Health after Cancer Treatment
Female Sexual and Vaginal Health after Cancer Treatment
Cancer-related menopause can cause physical and emotional changes, says psychologist Jeanne Carter.
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Video: Day to Day Coping with Lymphedema
Day to Day Coping with Lymphedema
Lymphedema therapist Jeannette Zucker shares ways to cope with lymphedema, from diet and exercise to skin care and travel tips.
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Video: A Discussion About Post-Treatment Changes in Thinking and Memory
A Discussion About Post-Treatment Changes in Thinking and Memory
Learn how cancer treatments can impact the body and mind.
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Video: Cancer Survivorship
Cancer Survivorship
Our experts describe the latest approaches to managing a variety of side effects from cancer treatment.
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Video: The Importance of Exercise in Cancer Survivorship
The Importance of Exercise in Cancer Survivorship
MSK physical therapists explain symptoms of cancer fatigue syndrome and how exercise can have positive effects on your health during cancer survivorship.
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Video: A Journey Through Cancer: A Doctor's Perspective
A Journey Through Cancer: A Doctor's Perspective
Breast imaging specialist Laura Liberman shares her personal strategies for coping with cancer treatment.
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Video: Sexual Problems in the Male Cancer Patient
Sexual Problems in the Male Cancer Patient
Erectile dysfunction is a major consequence of treatments for prostate, bladder, and other cancers. Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center sexual health specialist John Mulhall, MD discusses erectile dysfunction, penile rehabilitation, and the use of PDE5 inhibitors, penile injections, and penile implants to protect and maximize erectile function.