Cancer Wellness Works

Foundational evidence-based studies show the value of physical activity and nutrition to survivorship.

Physical activity at a modest level (30 minutes/day 5days/week) may reduce the recurrence of colon cancer up to 50%.

Jeffry Meyerhardt, MD, MPH, Dana Farber Cancer Institute.

Exercise is not only safe during and after cancer treatment, studies have found that physical training can bring improvements in daily functioning and quality of life while reducing symptoms such as cancer-related fatigue.

Kerri Winters-Stone, PhD. OHSU.

Over a decade ago, we proved that resistance exercises are beneficial for breast cancer patients who have lymphedema.

Kathryn Schmitz, PhD, MPH, University of Pennsylvania.

Greater protein intake has been associated with better breast cancer survival.

Michelle Holmes, MD, PhD, Harvard Medical School.

Thrivors Current Research

Physical Activity Platform to Improve BoneHealth in Cancer Survivors

$225,000 SBIR Grant Award

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