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REACH - Research in Exercise And Cancer Health

Oct 31, 2017

Erica was diagnosed with a rare form of leukemia the last semester of her senior year of college, after months of false tests and uncertainty. A little over 3 years on, Erica is now a third year medical student at Ohio State, currently finishing up her clinical rotations. We chat about her incredible from before...


Oct 23, 2017

I often get asked by patients and survivors where they can go to find a trainer with a background or understanding of cancer. 

It's a great question that has a longer answer. The field is still new, so there's not a lot of us out there yet, but that doesn't mean you can find a great trainer with different...


Oct 17, 2017

Dr. Mike DeLisio is an Assistant Professor at the University of Ottawa, focusing on how exercise alters stem cell interactions with their niche in the context of cancer and cancer therapy. Mike is also a cancer survivor, 4 years removed from a diagnosis of myxoid liposarcoma, a pretty rare form of fat cancer. Mike was...


Oct 9, 2017

Louise is a Chartered Physiotherapist who received a BSc in Physiotherapy from Trinity College Dublin in 2009. Since then, she has been working clinically in the National Health Service in London and Kent. In this episode, we chat about the CATCH ITN project, funding 8 PhD researchers, and how technology can work...


Oct 2, 2017

This was one of my favorite episodes yet! Colleen is doing some incredible things at the Hope Garden in Columbus, providing cancer patients and survivors access to harvest fruits and vegetables. The best thing about this garden is that it is free for any cancer patient or survivor, even those who aren’t treated at...