All cancer patients should be prescribed exercise, Australian guidelines say
The prescription pad is getting a workout as doctors push for exercise to be a regular part of care
- CBC News – All Cancer Patients Should be Prescribed Exercise, Australian Guidelines Say
- COSA Position Statement on Exercise on Cancer Care
Exercise for people with cancer: a clinical practice guidelines
Segal, R., Zwaal, C., Green, E., Tomasone, J. R., Loblaw, A., & Petrella, T. (2017). Exercise for people with cancer: a clinical practice guideline. Current Oncology, 24(1), 40.
- Current Oncology: A Canadian Cancer Research Journal – Exercise for People with Cancer: A Clinical Practice Guideline
The Canadian Breast Cancer Network (CBCN)
The guide is free of charge. You can download it here. I will also send you 10 English and 10 French copies by mail to distribute to metastatic breast cancer patients.
We also have updated Never Too Young: Psychosocial Information and Support for Young Women with Breast Cancer.
Would you like copies of this as well? You can view an electronic copy on our website at https://cbcn.ca/en/never_too_young.
Testimonials & Media:
Status Magazine Article 2015, “The Kelly Project – Wellbeing Endowment Initiative” –
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Blog Article, “Express Yourself” by Simone Marcantonio, May 14, 2015
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