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Advancing the Field of Pediatric Exercise Oncology: Research and Innovation Needs




List of Authors: Wurz Amanda, McLaughlin Emma, Viña Carolina Chamorro, Grimshaw Sarah L, Hamari Lotta, Götte Miriam, Kesting Sabine, Rossi Francesca, van der Torre Patrick, Guilcher Gregory MT, McIntyre Krista, Culos-Reed S Nicole

Publisher: MDPI

Publication year: 2021

Journal: Current Oncology

Journal name in source: CURRENT ONCOLOGY

Journal acronym: CURR ONCOL

Volume number: 28

Issue number: 1

Number of pages: 11

ISSN: 1198-0052

eISSN: 1718-7729

DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.3390/curroncol28010061


Abstract
The field of pediatric exercise oncology explores the relationships between physical activity (PA), including exercise, and a range of outcomes among children and adolescents affected by cancer. Although PA is safe and beneficial for this population, several important gaps in knowledge and practice remain. In this article, we describe research and innovation needs that were developed with a team of international experts and relevant literature, a series of online surveys, and an in-person meeting. Addressing these needs will contribute valuable knowledge and practice outputs to advance this field, ultimately enabling a greater number of children and adolescents affected by cancer to realize the benefits of moving more.

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