Tailored Exercise Interventions to Reduce Fatigue in Cancer Survivors
Fatigue is a common and distressing symptom in cancer survivors. Cancer-related fatigue is
relieved with physical activity but the mechanisms for this are not well understood. The
investigators hypothesize that a tailored and individualized exercise intervention will
reduce cancer-related fatigue more than a classical exercise intervention. This study is
designed to investigate the causes of fatigue with whole-body exercise and their relation to
self-reported measures of fatigue before and after an exercise intervention.
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