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Activating Cancer Communities through an Exercise Strategy for Survivors (ACCESS)
The Activating Cancer Communities through an Exercise Strategy (ACCESS) research program offers cancer patients and survivors the opportunity to take part in physical activity/exercise with other patients/survivors, and trained exercise professionals in a safe and supportive environment. Findings from this study will help support the development of sustainable physical activity/exercise programming for cancer survivors throughout Nova Scotia.
YOU MAY BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IF YOU:
- Have had a cancer diagnosis;
- Are over the age of 18 years;
- Are able to participate in low-intensity levels of activity at minimum (e.g., light walking);
- Are pretreatment, OR receiving active cancer treatment (i.e., surgery, systemic therapy and radiation therapy), OR have received cancer treatment within the past 5 years; OR have ongoing/late presenting impairments (e.g., fatigue) related to your cancer/cancer treatment;
- Have physician approval to participate; and
- You are able to provide written consent in English.
FOR MORE INFORMATION
Contact: Melanie Keats, PhD at firstname.lastname@example.org