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      SPORTS MEDICINE :

      PHYSICAL EXERCISE AND FITNESS :

      MEDICAL: DISEASES: CANCER:

      American College of Sports Medicine

      Roundtable on Exercise Guidelines for Cancer Survivors

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      American College of Sports Medicine

      Roundtable on Exercise Guidelines for Cancer Survivors

      https://www.penncancer.org/pdf/pal/
      American_College_of_Sports_Medicine_Roundtable_on_23.pdf

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      A shorter URL for the above link:

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      http://tinyurl.com/a8dgp3x

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      EXPERT PANEL
      Kathryn H. Schmitz, PhD, MPH, FACSM
      Kerry S. Courneya, PhD
      Charles Matthews, PhD, FACSM
      Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, PhD
      Daniel A. Galvao, PhD
      Bernardine M. Pinto, PhD
      Melinda L. Irwin, PhD, FACSM
      Kathleen Y. Wolin, ScD, FACSM
      Roanne J. Segal, MD, FRCP
      Alejandro Lucia, MD, PhD
      Carole M. Schneider, PhD, FACSM
      Vivian E. von Gruenigen, MD
      Anna L. Schwartz, PhD, FAAN

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      Early detection and improved treatments
      for cancer have resulted in roughly
      12 million survivors alive in the United
      States today. This growing population faces
      unique challenges from their disease and
      treatments, including risk for recurrent
      cancer, other chronic diseases,
      and persistent adverse effects on physical
      functioning and quality of life. Historically,
      clinicians advised cancer patients to rest and to
      avoid activity; however, emerging research
      on exercise has challenged this
      recommendation. To this end, a roundtable
      was convened by American College
      of Sports Medicine to distill the literature
      on the safety and efficacy of exercise training
      during and after adjuvant cancer therapy and
      to provide guidelines. The roundtable
      concluded that exercise training is safe during
      and after cancer treatments and results
      in improvements in physical functioning,
      quality of life, and cancer-related fatigue in
      several cancer survivor groups. Implications
      for disease outcomes and survival are still
      unknown. Nevertheless, the benefits to
      physical functioning and quality of
      life are sufficient for the recommendation
      that cancer survivors follow the 2008
      Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans,
      with specific exercise programming adaptations
      based on disease and treatment-related
      adverse effects. The advice to ''avoid inactivity,''
      even in cancer patients with existing disease or
      undergoing difficult treatments, is likely helpful.


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      CONCLUSIONS AND SUMMARY

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      An expert panel reviewed the published empirical evidence
      and came to consensus regarding the safety and efficacy of
      exercise testing and prescription in cancer survivors. Although
      there are specific risks associated with cancer treatments that
      need to be considered when survivors exercise, there seems to
      be consistent evidence that exercise is safe during and after
      cancer treatment. Exercise training-induced improvements
      can be expected concerning aerobic fitness, muscular strength,
      QOL, and fatigue in breast, prostate, and hematologic cancer
      survivors. Resistance training can be performed safely by
      breast cancer survivors with and at risk for lymphedema. The
      extent to which these findings may generalize to other cancer

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      survivor groups is unknown. Multiple research gaps remain in
      this field, including the need for greater specificity about the
      dose-response effects of specific modes of exercise training
      on specific end points and within a broader range of populations,
      such as survivors of colon and gynecologic cancers.
      Fitness trainers who work with cancer survivors are urged
      to learn as much as possible about the specifics of the cancer
      diagnosis and treatment of a client to make informed, safe
      choices about exercise testing and prescription. Cancer diagnosis
      and treatment affect numerous body systems that are
      required for and affected by exercise training, including the
      neurologic, musculoskeletal, immune, endocrine, metabolic,
      cardiopulmonary, and gastrointestinal systems. Because cancer
      treatments are increasingly customized according to specific
      tumor characteristics, fitness professionals may benefit
      from contacting the medical treatment team for more precise
      information regarding the treatments received. Cancer survivors
      may not know the level of specificity required for a fitness
      professional to best discern the expected persistent effects
      on the above-noted body systems.

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      The complete article may be read at the URL above.

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      BMC cancer
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      2012
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      12
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      1
      Page:
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      Implementation and scientific evaluation of rehabilitative sports groups
      for prostate cancer patients: study protocol of the ProRehab Study
      Author:
      Zopf, Eva M
      Journal:
      BMC cancer
      ISSN:
      1471-2407
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      2012
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      12
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      1
      Page:
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      Five-year follow-up of participants in a randomised controlled trial
      showing benefits from exercise
      for breast cancer survivors during adjuvant treatment.
      Are there lasting effects?
      Author:
      Mutrie, Nanette
      Journal:
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      Health-Promotion Behaviors and Psychological Distress in Cancer Survivors
      Author:
      Harding, Mariann
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      ISSN:
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      Date:
      03/2012
      Volume:
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      2
      Page:
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      DOI:
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      Implementing the Exercise Guidelines for Cancer Survivors
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      Wolin, Kathleen Y.
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      1544-6794
      Date:
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      Volume:
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      Issue:
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      Page:
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      Chapter:
      Physical Activity and Recovery from Hematological Malignancy
      Author:
      Soares-Miranda, Luisa
      Book:
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      ISBN:
      1-4614-2402-X, 978-1-4614-2402-4
      Date:
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      Page:
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      Place:
      Boston, MA
      Publisher:
      Springer
      DOI:
      10.1007/978-1-4614-2403-1_8

      .

      Using exercise to fight fatigue in breast cancer survivors:
      challenges and future directions
      Author:
      Rogers, Laura Q
      Journal:
      Expert review of pharmacoeconomics & outcomes research
      ISSN:
      1473-7167
      Date:
      06/2012
      Volume:
      12
      Issue:
      3
      Page:
      251
      PMID:
      22812546
      DOI:
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      Development of a questionnaire to assess the determinants
      of exercise among breast cancer survivors in Puerto Rico
      Author:
      Mulero-Portela, Ana L.
      Journal:
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      ISSN:
      0959-3985
      Date:
      12/2012
      Page:
      1
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      10.3109/09593985.2012.746763

      .

      Development of a questionnaire to assess the determinants
      of exercise among breast cancer survivors in Puerto Rico
      Author:
      Mulero-Portela, Ana L.
      Journal:
      Physiotherapy theory and practice
      ISSN:
      0959-3985
      Date:
      12/2012
      Page:
      1
      DOI:
      10.3109/09593985.2012.746763

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      Exercise Guidelines for Adults With Cancer: A Vital Role in Survivorship
      Author:
      Matthews, Ellyn E.
      Journal:
      Clinical journal of oncology nursing
      ISSN:
      1092-1095
      Date:
      12/2011
      Volume:
      15
      Issue:
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      Page:
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      (2011).
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      A Vital Role in Survivorship.
      Clinical Journal of Oncology Nursing, 15(6), 683-686.

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      Safety and Feasibility of an Exercise Intervention
      for Patients Following Lung Resection:
      A Pilot Randomized Controlled Trial
      Author:
      Granger, C. L.
      Journal:
      Integrative cancer therapies
      ISSN:
      1534-7354
      Date:
      07/2012
      DOI:
      10.1177/1534735412450461

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      Comparison of tai chi vs. strength training
      for fall prevention among female cancer survivors:
      study protocol for the GET FIT trial
      Author:
      Winters-Stone, Kerri M
      Journal:
      BMC cancer
      ISSN:
      1471-2407
      Date:
      2012
      Volume:
      12
      Issue:
      1
      Page:
      577
      DOI:
      10.1186/1471-2407-12-577

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      Exercise Prescription
      Author:
      Leiserowitz, A
      Journal:
      Topics in geriatric rehabilitation
      ISSN:
      0882-7524
      Date:
      2011
      Volume:
      27
      Issue:
      3
      Page:
      193

      .

      Engaging in Health Behaviors to Lower Risk for Breast Cancer Recurrence
      Author:
      O'Neill, Suzanne C.
      Journal:
      PloS one
      ISSN:
      1932-6203
      Date:
      01/2013
      Volume:
      8
      Issue:
      1
      Page:
      e53607
      DOI:
      10.1371/journal.pone.0053607

      .

      The BASES Expert Statement on Exercise and Cancer Survivorship
      Author:
      Campbell, Anna
      Journal:
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      ISSN:
      0264-0414
      Date:
      05/2012
      Volume:
      30
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      Page:
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      ISSN:
      1759-4774
      Date:
      03/2012
      Volume:
      9
      Issue:
      5
      Page:
      288
      DOI:
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      .

      Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing in Cancer Rehabilitation
      A Systematic Review
      Author:
      Steins Bisschop, Charlotte N.
      Journal:
      Sports medicine (Auckland)
      ISSN:
      0112-1642
      Date:
      05/2012
      Volume:
      42
      Issue:
      5
      Page:
      367
      DOI:
      10.2165/11598480-000000000-00000

      .

      Physical activity level and quality of life in long term lung cancer
      survivors
      Author:
      Solberg Nes, Lise
      Journal:
      Lung cancer (Amsterdam, Netherlands)
      ISSN:
      0169-5002
      Date:
      09/2012
      Volume:
      77
      Issue:
      3
      Page:
      611
      DOI:
      10.1016/j.lungcan.2012.05.096

      .

      Physical activity, psychological distress, and receipt of mental
      healthcare services
      among cancer survivors
      Author:
      Zhao, Guixiang
      Journal:
      Journal of cancer survivorship
      ISSN:
      1932-2259
      Date:
      03/2013
      Volume:
      7
      Issue:
      1
      Page:
      131
      DOI:
      10.1007/s11764-012-0254-6

      .

      Daily Physical Activities and Sports in Adult Survivors
      of Childhood Cancer and Healthy Controls:
      A Population-Based Questionnaire Survey
      Author:
      Rueegg, Corina S.
      Journal:
      PloS one
      ISSN:
      1932-6203
      Date:
      04/2012
      Volume:
      7
      Issue:
      4
      Page:
      e34930
      DOI:
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      .

      The Role and Efficacy of Exercise in Persons With Cancer
      Author:
      Eickmeyer, Sarah M.
      Journal:
      PM & R
      ISSN:
      1934-1482
      Date:
      11/2012
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      Depression
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      University of Connecticut
      DigitalCommons@UConn
      Master's Theses University of Connecticut Graduate School
      5-7-2011
      The Efficacy of Exercise Interventions on CancerRelated Fatigue and
      Depression among Adult
      Cancer Survivors: A Meta-Analysis of Randomized
      Control Trials
      Justin C. Brown
      justin.brown@...

      Recommended Citation

      Brown, Justin C., "The Efficacy of Exercise Interventions on
      Cancer-Related Fatigue and Depression among Adult Cancer Survivors:
      A Meta-Analysis of Randomized Control Trials" (2011). Master's Theses.
      Paper 57.
      http://digitalcommons.uconn.edu/gs_theses/57

      http://digitalcommons.uconn.edu/cgi/viewcontent.cgi?article=1092&context=gs_theses

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      Prevalence, correlates, and psychosocial outcomes of sport participation
      in young adult cancer survivors
      Author:
      Belanger, Lisa J.
      Journal:
      Psychology of sport and exercise
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      1469-0292
      Date:
      03/2013
      Volume:
      14
      Issue:
      2
      Page:
      298
      DOI:
      10.1016/j.psychsport.2012.10.010

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