10 Exercise Tips for Cancer Patients

…also be eligible for exercise-based clinical trials for cancer survivors. These can be a great – and often, free – way to pursue your exercise goals with guidance from exercise

Tips for Exercising During and After Cancer Treatment

…Dana-Farber exercise physiologist Nancy Campbell, MS, leads one of her women’s exercise classes for patients and survivors. Should cancer patients wait until they are done with treatment before starting an…

How Can Exercise Help Patients with Brain Tumors?

exercise classes for patients and survivors. Campbell offers some suggestions for brain tumor patients who want to develop an exercise plan after brain surgery: Try different methods to develop a…

Exercise During Cancer: Getting Started

…you. Maintaining your mobility can help ensure that you’ll be ready to move on to more vigorous exercise. Aerobic exercise, such as running, swimming, or brisk walks. Aerobic exercise is…

Tips for Exercising at Home to Cope with Stress

exercise facility is not available, there are still lots of ways to stay active and exercise from home. Juliana Garcia Berfield, PhD, from Dana-Farber’s Leonard P. Zakim Center for Integrative…

How Does Exercise Reduce Cancer Risk?

…However, scientists are just beginning to probe the complex connections among exercise, the immune system, and cancer. Jennifer Ligibel, MD, has led several studies looking at the connection between exercise

Five Tips for Staying Active this Winter

…MS, an exercise physiologist with Dana-Farber Cancer Institute, provides tips for staying active this winter: Try exercise videos There are countless DVDs and videos featuring a wide range of workouts…

Exercise Can Help Fight Cancer Fatigue

…cancer patients who get regular exercise report feeling less tired. If you’re interested in starting an exercise routine to address fatigue, consider these tips: Choose an exercise you enjoy. You’re…