Exercise training as part of lung cancer therapy
Vinicius Cavalheri, Catherine L Granger
RESPIROLOGY | WILEY | Published : 2020
Exercise training is playing an increasing role in lung cancer care. Lung cancer is associated with significant burden to the individual and healthcare system. There is now substantial evidence that exercise training is safe, feasible and effective at improving several outcomes in people with lung cancer, especially in those with NSCLC. Exercise is beneficial across the lung cancer disease and treatment pathway, including in patients with early stage disease before and after surgery, and in patients with advanced disease. This review describes the impact of lung cancer and lung cancer treatment on patient health outcomes and summarizes the aims, safety, feasibility and effects of exercise tr..View full abstract
V.C. is funded by a Cancer Council Western Australia Postdoctoral Research Fellowship. C.L.G. is supported by a Victorian Cancer Agency Clinical Research Fellowship.