Current Research Studies

  • AMS: Arm Morbidity Self-Monitoring Study 

The Arm Morbidity Self-Monitoring Study is a study to understand how to assess shoulder and arm problems related to treatment for breast cancer. For more information, please click here


  • BE-BALANCED

BE-BALANCED is an exercise program for women diagnosed with ovarian cancer and have completed primary treatment(s). For more information, please click here.


  • BE-FIT : Breast Cancer & Endocrine Therapy FITness

BE-FIT  is an exercise program for women diagnosed with breast cancer and currently receiving endocrine therapy. For more information, please click here.


  • SIRvivor BC: Prostate Cancer Exercise Program

SIRvivor is a specialized exercise program that supports men living with prostate cancer. For more information, please click here.


  • Colon Health and Life-Long Exercise Change (CHALLENGE) Trial

The CO.21 Colon Health and Life-Long Exercise Change (CHALLENGE) trial undertaken by the National Cancer Institute of Canada Clinical Trials Group (NCIC CTG) is designed to determine the effects of a structured physical activity intervention on outcomes for survivors of high-risk stage II or III colon cancer who have completed adjuvant therapy within the previous 2–6 months.  The trial is a multi-site trial across Canada and Australia.

The Trial is running at the BCCA-Vancouver site.  If you are being treated there for colon cancer and are interested in the trial, please talk to your oncologist.

For more information about the study, please click here.


  • MoVE with Lung Cancer

MoVE is an exercise program for individuals diagnosed with advanced lung cancer and currently undergoing systemic therapy. This research is a collaboration between UBC and BC Cancer. For more information, please click here.


  • SIRvivor+: Exercise Program for Men with Prostate Cancer

SIRvivor+ seeks to examine a virtually-delivered exercise program specific to men with prostate cancer with advanced cancer including bone metastases or complex health conditions. For more information, please click here.