Healthy Living: Saving Shoulders

For some breast cancer survivors, the battle continues long after they are free of disease.

Pain and stiffness continue to hamper their movement years later.

Now, researchers at the University of Michigan are trying to determine the best options to preserve shoulder function.

Courtney Hunter explains in Healthy Living.

David Lipps says he was finishing his training in 2013 when his mother, Marsha, was diagnosed with breast cancer and needed radiation.

Lipps says his interest in radiation therapy and muscle tissue evolved to the work he does today studying surgical outcomes in breast cancer survivors.

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