Target Pathologies - Cancer
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c) Cormie, P. et al., 2015. Exercise and Cancer Survivorship. Cancer Forum.
d) Eickmeyer, S.M. et al., 2012. The role and efficacy of exercise in persons with cancer. PM & R.
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Professor Fiona Naumann (Discipline Lead for Clinical Exercise Physiology)
“Oncology patients of all ages benefit from an Accredited Exercise Physiologists expertise. Please use these resources to gain a greater understanding of the role exercise can play in assisting patients through treatment and recover from treatment. In addition to understanding the role of exercise for a patient, you may need to sell this message to patients, carers and clinicians alike. The resources will also give you introductory prescription and programming knowledge for cancer patients.”
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