Exercise in Survivorship: What role does exercise play in my cancer recovery?
There are many benefits to exercising during and after cancer treatment. Moderate exercise has been found to not only improve the effect of chemotherapy but also enhances wellness after cancer treatment and may reduce the chance of cancer returning.
Often, cancer survivors experience a range of challenges after cancer treatment, and whilst incorporating exercise into their daily lives may not be a priority for many people, it can restore their physical and emotional wellbeing.
In this webinar, we will explore the role exercise plays in cancer recovery and welcoming panellists Dr Di Adams (Medical Oncologist), Jennifer Chan (Exercise Physiologist), and Veronica Leonardo (cancer survivor) to share their expert opinion and real-life experiences with us.
Date: Thursday, June 17 2021
Time: 7 pm to 8 pm AEDT
Duration: 60 Minutes
Where: Online – join via your computer, tablet or smartphone
Presenters: Dr Diana Adams, Veronica Leonardo and Jennifer Chan.
Register here: https://www.cancercouncil.com.au/get-support/webinars/
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