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Exercise and Cancer Survivorship™
Table of Contents

Contributors
ACSM Reviewers
Preface
Acknowledgments

Chapter 1. Diagnosis and Treatment of Cancer
Larissa A. Korde, MD, MPH
Cancer Incidence and Survival
Cancer Biology
Cancer Staging
Cancer Screening and Diagnosis
Cancer Recurrence Warning Signs
Summary
References

Chapter 2. Side Effects and Persistent Effects of Cancer Surgery and Treatment
Tara Sanft, MD, and Melinda L. Irwin, PhD, MPH
Side Effects of Cancer Surgery and Treatment
Recurrence, New Primaries, and Second Cancers
Summary
References

Chapter 3. Lifestyle Factors Associated With Cancer Incidence, Recurrence, and Survival
Heather K. Neilson, MSc, and Christine M. Friedenreich, PhD
Effect of Body Weight
Effect of Exercise
Effect of Diet
Summary
References

Chapter 4. Benefits of Physical Activity After a Cancer Diagnosis
Kristin L. Campbell, BSc PT, PhD
Physiological Effects of Exercise Training
Psychological Benefits of Exercise Training
Cancer-Specific Exercise Issues by Body System
Effects of Cancer Medications or Treatments on Designing an Exercise Program
Summary
References

Chapter 5. Cardiorespiratory Fitness Testing in Clients Diagnosed With Cancer
Lee W. Jones, PhD, and Claudio Battaglini, PhD
Administration of Cardiorespiratory Fitness Testing
Exercise Testing Safety
Summary
References

Chapter 6. Exercise Prescription and Programming Adaptations: Based on Surgery, Treatment, and Side Effects
Kathryn Schmitz, PhD, MPH
Health Promotion and Risk of Disease Reduction
Exercise Prescription Alterations to Address Individual Needs
Benefits and Risks of Exercise and Exercise Training
Exercise Prescription Individualization
Acute and Chronic Adverse Effects of Treatment
Setting Goals
Sample Exercise Prescriptions
Summary
References

Chapter 7. Nutrition and Weight Management
Stephanie Martch, MS, RD, LD, and Wendy Demark-Wahnefried, PhD, RD
Diet in Cancer Prevention, Control, and Overall Health
Weight Status and Body Composition
Weight and Height Assessment
Energy Consumption and Cancer
Diet Composition and Nutrition Status
Complementary Alternative Medicine and Functional Foods
Dietary Supplements
Alcohol
Summary
References

Chapter 8. Health Behavior Change Counseling
Karen Basen-Engquist, PhD, MPH; Heidi Perkins, PhD; and Daniel C. Hughes, PhD
Effect of Cancer on Readiness to Exercise
Theory-Based Methods and Exercise
Translating Theory Into Practice
Summary
References

Chapter 9. Safety, Injury Prevention, and Emergency Procedures
Anna L. Schwartz, PhD, FNP, FAAN
Cancer-Specific Safety Considerations
Emergency Procedures
Documentation
Summary
References

Chapter 10. Program Administration
Carole M. Schneider, PhD
Designing a Cancer Rehabilitation Program
Cancer Rehabilitation Programs and Settings
Program Description and Operations
Policies and Procedures
Legal Issues and Documentation
Reimbursement Concerns
Community-Based Support
Summary
References

Appendix
Index
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