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Rocker Sheryl Crow on staying cancer free

Sheryl Crow shares her thoughts of post-cancer living.

Sheryl Crow: rock ’n’ roller, mom, early-detection cancer screening advocate. The last description she couldn’t imagine before her own breast cancer diagnosis. Like so many of us, she thought of herself as healthy. Now that she’s been cancer-free for a decade, Crow is on a mission to help other women, who often put themselves at the bottom of their to-do list, take care of their health and thrive. Crow is working on a new album with Stevie Nicks, Willie Nelson and others and made time to talk with us about her day-to-day stress relievers, how she gets her kids to eat healthy food and her passion for wellness.

How do you feel about being an inspiration to so many women and how does that inform your day-to-day actions

I don’t think about that aspect of it. I just feel more of an urgency to make sure women who are 40 and above are diligent and proactive in their health. I thought I was the last person who would’ve been diagnosed with a life-threatening illness. I was really healthy, I ate pretty well, so I’m constantly out on this [campaign] about making sure women are diligent about getting their yearly mammograms because that’s the way my cancer was detected and luckily so, at Stage 1.

You’ve talked about how there’s been a lot of progress when it comes to early detection.

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