Cancer & Exercise – a helpful hub

Brought to you by cancer rehabilitation expert Mark Wild, this site provides a platform of information designed to help patients transition through the different stages as positively as possible.

Reassuring Research.

Numerous studies prove exercise is a safe and effective way of helping to:

  • Deal with the physical and psychological side effects of treatment.
  • Enhance daily well-being and quality of life both during and after.
  • Decrease the risk of re-occurrence.

 “If physical exercise were a drug, it would be hitting the headlines.” Jane Maher, chief medical officer of Macmillan.

Strong Scientific Statistics.

  • Being physically active (3 hrs per week) can reduce the risk of re-occurrence by up-to 50% in comparison to being inactive.
  • Starting a regime after treatment can reduce the risk of mortality by up-to 30% in certain cancers.

“It doesn’t need to be anything too strenuous; gardening, a brisk walk or a swim, all count.” Ciaran Devane, chief executive of Macmillan.

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