Exercise-based CAncer rehabilitation (DANCE) for women post-adjuvant therapy but beginning hormone therapy (CANDANCE)
We plan to conduct a 3-arm randomised controlled trial to assess the effects of a 12-week dance intervention versus a 12-week partially supervised physical activity (PA) behaviour change intervention, supported with wearable technology, on quality of life, depressive symptoms, and fitness in inactive older women with breast cancer, compared with a wait-list usual care condition. In addition, a primary outcome of the partially supervised PA intervention will be to assess its impact on accelerometer-measured moderate-to-vigorous PA (MVPA).
- The effects of exercise interventions on physical function in people with cancer. A systematic review and meta-analysis of randomised controlled trials
- The association between low muscle mass and chemotherapy toxicities in people with cancer: a systematic review
- Prehabilitation and RecOVERy from surgery for Breast cancer (PROVERB) study
- The role of exercise in limiting progression from liver inflammation and fibrosis to cirrhosis and carcinoma: a systematic review of human and animal studies
- The influence of Cryo-cOmpression (GameReady) therapy on joint position reproduction in the shouLDer (COLD)