Exercise during chemotherapy improves cardiorespiratory fitness at 1 year

A physical exercise intervention delivered during chemotherapy was associated with a return to similar levels of baseline cardiorespiratory fitness at 1 year compared with exercise after chemotherapy, researchers reported.
Among patients with breast, testicular and colon cancer, participation in a combination of supervised and home-based exercise intervention during chemotherapy was associated with similar improvements in 1-year peak oxygen consumption (VO2) and other parameters of cardiorespiratory fitness compared with the same intervention initiated after chemotherapy.
The results of the

A physical exercise intervention delivered during chemotherapy was associated with a return to similar levels of baseline cardiorespiratory fitness at 1 year compared with exercise after chemotherapy, researchers reported.
Among patients with breast, testicular and colon cancer, participation in a combination of supervised and home-based exercise intervention during chemotherapy was associated with similar improvements in 1-year peak oxygen consumption (VO2) and other parameters of cardiorespiratory fitness compared with the same intervention initiated after chemotherapy.
The results of the