(Flickr photo (cropped) by Francis Bourgouin).
Too often when cancer patients have finished with their treatment, they are sent out the hospital door with a handshake but very little guidance on how to achieve a healthy lifestyle. Doctors may not think of the role of exercise in returning to good health and preventing recurrence, but research is accumulating on its value. Find out how exercise can help cancer survivors and others with chronic disease. And learn how exercise can be tailored for individual needs.
Guest: Lee Jones, PhD, is Associate Professor in the Department of Radiation Oncology at Duke University Medical Center. He is the Scientific Director of the Duke Center for Cancer Survivorship.
The Jones Laboratory for Cardio-Oncology Research is located at Duke University Medical Center in the Department of Radiation Oncology and Duke Comprehensive Cancer Center. The photo is of Dr. Jones and his research team.
The website is: http://jonescardiooncologylab.squarespace.com/
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