Exercise therapy in the management of solid tumors.

  title={Exercise therapy in the management of solid tumors.},
  author={Lee Jones and Jeffrey Peppercom and Jessica M Scott and Claudio Battaglini},
  journal={Current treatment options in oncology},
  volume={11 1-2},
OPThe benefits of exercise in patients with chronic disease have been studied extensively over the last half century. In contrast, investigation of the role of exercise following a diagnosis of cancer has received comparably less attention. In this article, we review the efficacy of exercise training in specific areas across the cancer survivorship continuum [i.e., pre-surgery, post-surgery during adjuvant therapy, following the completion of primary adjuvant therapy (survivorship), and… CONTINUE READING
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