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Karen Wonders, PhD, on Benefits of Exercise During Cancer Treatment

NCCN 2020 Virtual Annual Conference

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Karen Wonders, PhD, of Wright State University, discusses the safety and efficacy of exercise during cancer treatment in minimizing toxicities and addressing the short- and long-term effects of cancer therapy. Dr. Wonders suggests that exercise becomes a standard of care for patients with cancer (Abstract HSR20-110).



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