Dr. Campbell will be speaking at the CSEP 2012 Annual Meeting in Regina, Saskatchewan. The topic will be: What Can’t Exercise Do? Systemic Adaptations to Exercise and its Relation to Improved Health. The title of her talk will be: Impact of exercise and energy balance on biomarkers of breast cancer risk at the systemic and […]
Course – Advanced Management of Breast Cancer Rehabilitation course, October 27 & 28th | Vancouver, Canada
This is an evidence-based course presented by Julia Osborne, PT, CLT-LANA. It is two days and is applicable to physical therapists, physical therapy assistants, occupational therapists, nurses, and speech language pathologists. The location will be at the Friedman Building, Friedman Building, UBC, 212-2177 Westbrook Mall Vancouver, BC. Please email the Oncology Division at firstname.lastname@example.org for more […]
The UBC Public Affairs article was such a success that CBC decided to come by and do a feature on our study that investigates how exercise affects breast cancer survivors that complain of “chemo brain” following chemotherapy treatment. Watch the video here. One of our participants, Scenery Slater, was kind enough to volunteer her time […]
UBC Public Affairs recently published an article on CEPL’s study regarding our study that investigates how exercise effects cognitive dysfunction or “chemo brain” following chemotherapy. Read more here.
Dr. Kristin Campbell is lead author on the article, “Dropping a Few Pounds Could Lower Breast Cancer Risk” published on TIME Healthland website May 22nd, 2012. The article discusses the findings from a new study by researchers at the Fred Hutchinson Cancer Research Center in Seattle that women who dieted and exercised to lose a […]