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Effect of Acute Exercise on Prostate Cancer Cell Growth
Physical activity is associated with reduced risk of several cancers, including aggressive prostate cancer. The mechanisms mediating the effects are not yet understood; among the candidates areExpand
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Highly favorable physiological responses to concurrent resistance and high-intensity interval training during chemotherapy: the OptiTrain breast cancer trial
BackgroundAdvanced therapeutic strategies are often accompanied by significant adverse effects, which warrant equally progressive countermeasures. Physical exercise has proven an effectiveExpand
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Exercise training during chemotherapy preserves skeletal muscle fiber area, capillarization, and mitochondrial content in patients with breast cancer
Exercise has been suggested to ameliorate the detrimental effects of chemotherapy on skeletal muscle. The aim of this study was to compare the effects of different exercise regimens with usual careExpand
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Physical Activity During and After Adjuvant Treatment for Breast Cancer: An Integrative Review of Women’s Experiences
Background: In oncology, physical activity (PA) is recognized to improve psychological and physiological functions. Motivating women with breast cancer to sustain a physically active lifestyle isExpand
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Adding high-intensity interval training to conventional training modalities: optimizing health-related outcomes during chemotherapy for breast cancer: the OptiTrain randomized controlled trial
PurposeExercise training is an effective and safe way to counteract cancer-related fatigue (CRF) and to improve health-related quality of life (HRQoL). High-intensity interval training has provenExpand
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Optitrain: a randomised controlled exercise trial for women with breast cancer undergoing chemotherapy
BackgroundWomen with breast cancer undergoing chemotherapy suffer from a range of detrimental disease and treatment related side-effects. Exercise has shown to be able to counter some of theseExpand
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High-intensity exercise during chemotherapy induces beneficial effects 12 months into breast cancer survivorship
PurposeWhether the benefits of exercise during chemotherapy continue into survivorship is not well-known. Here, the aim was to examine the effects of two exercise interventions on self-reportedExpand
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Doxorubicin‐induced skeletal muscle atrophy: Elucidating the underlying molecular pathways
Loss of skeletal muscle mass is a common clinical finding in cancer patients. The purpose of this meta‐analysis and systematic review was to quantify the effect of doxorubicin on skeletal muscle andExpand
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Validation of 2 Submaximal Cardiorespiratory Fitness Tests in Patients With Breast Cancer Undergoing Chemotherapy
Background: Patients with breast cancer have an impaired cardiorespiratory fitness, in part, due to the toxic effects of anticancer therapy. Physical exercise as a means of rehabilitation forExpand
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Cutaneous exposure to hypoxia does not affect skin perfusion in humans
Experiments have indicated that skin perfusion in mice is sensitive to reductions in environmental O2 availability. Specifically, a reduction in skin‐surface PO2 attenuates transcutaneous O2Expand
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