Exercise is medicine in oncology: Engaging clinicians to help patients move through cancer

@article{Schmitz2019ExerciseIM,
  title={Exercise is medicine in oncology: Engaging clinicians to help patients move through cancer},
  author={K. Schmitz and A. Campbell and M. Stuiver and B. Pinto and A. Schwartz and G. Morris and J. Ligibel and A. Cheville and D. Galv{\~a}o and C. Alfano and A. Patel and T. Hue and Lynn H Gerber and R. Sallis and N. Gusani and N. Stout and L. Chan and Fiona Flowers and C. Doyle and Susan Helmrich and W. Bain and J. Sokolof and K. Winters-Stone and K. Campbell and C. Matthews},
  journal={CA: A Cancer Journal for Clinicians},
  year={2019},
  volume={69}
}
Multiple organizations around the world have issued evidence‐based exercise guidance for patients with cancer and cancer survivors. Recently, the American College of Sports Medicine has updated its exercise guidance for cancer prevention as well as for the prevention and treatment of a variety of cancer health‐related outcomes (eg, fatigue, anxiety, depression, function, and quality of life). Despite these guidelines, the majority of people living with and beyond cancer are not regularly… Expand
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