Her body has been through a tremendous battle, and now that the battle is over, she needs to begin restoring her body in the best way that she can. This starts with eating right, and means that she should include more fruits, vegetables, and other cancer-fighting foods in her meals and snacks to strengthen her immune system.
Check if her insurance company will pay for a consultation with a nutritionist; if not, look into the possibility of paying for a private consultation instead. It’s well worth the money to get started again on the right nutritional track. It would be great to encourage her to begin an exercise program. A side effect of many of the drugs is bone density loss. A simple and easy way to help counter osteoporosis is weight training. Studies have shown that lifting is a great way for women to slow the loss of bone density. There are an infinite number of exercise programs from which she can choose, so she should pick the one that she will enjoy the most. It could be yoga, walking, weight training, swimming, hiking, kickboxing, boxing, biking, and anything in between.
Since your body is battle-fatigued as well, consider what your own exercise and supplement regime will be now. You probably have been feeling worn down, tired, and, yes, depressed. You need to jump-start your own physical care. Start with a set of tennis or two, or a walk around the block—anything to get you active and out of the house.