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Initiating Exercise Interventions to Promote Wellness in Cancer Patients and Survivors
Exercise is associated with significant reductions in the recurrence and mortality rates of several common cancers. Cancer survivors who exercise can potentially benefit from reduced levels of fatigue ... read more
American Society of Clinical Oncology Position Statement on Obesity and Cancer
Evidence shows the most effective interventions for weight loss combine nutrition education, diet and exercise ... for cancer survivors, tools for initiating the conversation about weight loss with pa... read more
Healthcare Innovation Or Exacerbating The Crisis?
The patient ... and wellness as the primary focus of primary care, and the primary care physician should be the subject matter expert to help coach the patient in their efforts, and to guide them thro... read more
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Demystifying Disease, Democratizing Health Care
At its foundation, P4 medicine is about quantifying wellness ... early-disease interventions. In fact, the only way to pinpoint early disease transitions and map the natural history of diseases is thr... read more
The other side of cancer: How survivors are dealing with the emotional toll of the disease
And she continues to rely on exercise and fitness to reduce her anxiety and help her ... all patients should have timely access to psychosocial interventions, Cancer Care Ontario recommended. read more
App helps breast cancer survivors improve health after treatment
... active breast cancer patients undergoing chemotherapy or other treatment. A second study will include all cancer survivors and monitor exercise, wellness and diet over a 12-week period. read more
Can Physical Therapy After Breast Cancer Surgery Reduce Risk of Lymphedema?
This chronic condition develops in about 30 percent of breast cancer survivors because there are fewer lymph nodes in the area to help move lymphatic fluid through the region. In breast cancer patient... read more
Review of Exercise Intervention Studies in Cancer Patients
Show More From the School of Biomedical and Sports Science, Edith Cowan University, Joondalup, Australia To present an overview of exercise interventions in cancer patients during and ... program on b... read more
Anna L. Schwartz, PhD, FNP
... College of Sports Medicine exercise recommendations for cancer survivors. Common acute, long-term, and late effects of cancer and its treatment are also described in the context of ways in which t... read more