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  • Building a Healthy Body after Cancer: Challenges and Opportunities in Healthy Exercise after Treatment for Young Adult Lymphoma Survivors Rochester, Minn.

    Exercise can benefit young adult cancer survivors by improving cardiovascular and pulmonary function, reducing fatigue, improving quality of life, and may even increase long term survival. Our goal is to identify specific barriers to exercise faced by young adult lymphoma survivors. In addition, we will look to survivors to guide us on the particular ways in which a health care institution might support them in physical activity. Our specific aims are: evaluate young adult lymphoma survivors’ knowledge regarding benefits of exercise after cancer treatment, identify barriers to exercise experienced by young adult lymphoma survivors, and understand the types of exercise interventions that may be useful in young adult lymphoma survivors

  • Measuring Well Being in Cancer Patients Utilizing Apple Watch and iPhone Rochester, Minn.

    The purpose of this study is to understand how the Apple watch and iPhone can collect data on quality of life in cancer patients.