Cancer-Related Fatigue
Exercise Program
Join a University of Colorado innovative virtual exercise program helping recent cancer survivors live a more comfortable life.
Remote Program
Conducted From Your Home
Free Equipment & Compensation Provided
cancer treatment within past 12 months
Experience Fatigue
18 - 80 Years Old
Fast Facts
About this research study:
Researchers hope to help you live a "normal" life through an innovative exercise program to reduce cancer-related fatigue.
When you began your cancer treatment, you couldn't wait for the day you'd finish. Now the worst fight is over and you need to recover your health and wellness. Cancer-related fatigue (CRF) is one of the most common and functionally limiting symptoms reported by cancer survivors.

Our research team is working on an exercise intervention development that replicates the effects of intensive, supervised programs and is accessible to all cancer survivors. Join us in a 12-week personalized exercise program with support from an exercise specialist. The aim of this program is to reduce fatigue in cancer survivors.

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