A 1,408 km bicycle tour with prostate cancer patients—results of a pilot study

@article{Baumann2012A1K,
  title={A 1,408 km bicycle tour with prostate cancer patients—results of a pilot study},
  author={Freerk Theeagnus Baumann and Eva Maria Zopf and Tanja Westhof and Stefanie Krohe and Alexandra Stempin and Matthias M{\"u}sgens and Anne Krause and Philipp Zimmer and Julia Beulertz and Wilhelm Bloch and Elke J{\"a}ger},
  journal={European Review of Aging and Physical Activity},
  year={2012},
  volume={10},
  pages={19-24}
}
Negative psychological and physical effects of prostate cancer and its medical treatment may persist many years after diagnosis. The influence of a long cycling tour on rehabilitative or health-related effects with prostate cancer patients has not yet been studied. In practice, physicians and therapists rarely recommend cycling to prostate cancer. In May 2010, eight prostate cancer patients rode their bikes for over 1,408 km from Cologne to Marseille within 5 weeks. Endurance test, blood… CONTINUE READING

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