Tara   Sanft, MD

Tara Sanft, MD

Yale Cancer Center/Smilow Cancer Hospital

Associate Professor of Medicine (Medical Oncology); Chief, Patient Experience Officer; Medical Director, Survivorship Clinic

Expertise: CancerSurvivorshipMedical OncologyCancer Prevention and Control

am board certified in both medical oncology and hospice and palliative medicine, which I feel helps me treat the "whole person" and not just a disease. As the Chief Patient Experience Officer at Smilow Cancer Hospital, I enjoy thinking about improving care, especially where the provider and patient experience overlaps. As a breast oncologist, I have a busy practice and enjoy taking care of women with newly diagnosed breast cancer. As the director of the Yale Survivorship Clinic, one of the nation’s only multi-disciplinary clinics specializing in cancer survivorship, I learn from patients about key issues after treatment and this informs my role as Chair of the NCCN Survivorship Guidelines. My research focuses on healthy lifestyles and quality of life after cancer. I am a facilitator for Relationship-Centered Communication Workshop that address how we develop therapeutic relationships with our patients and each other.
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Education & Training
Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois (2010)
Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois (2010)
Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine (2007)
Medical College Wisconsin (2004)

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Study: Diet, Exercise Improve Outcomes of Chemotherapy for Women with Breast Cancer

A new Yale Cancer Center study finds a targeted diet and exercise intervention could improve outcomes for women undergoing chemotherapy for breast cancer.
07-Sep-2023 07:05:16 PM EDT

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