Women diagnosed with breast cancer in the last ten years needed for physical activity study in Dallas and Fort Worth
Purpose of this study:
Regular physical activity is beneficial for women who have been diagnosed with breast cancer, potentially reducing the likelihood of recurrence. Studies have also found exercise can help decrease fatigue, improve mood and cognition, and increase sleep quality. However, many women find it difficult to begin or maintain a regular physical activity program.
A research team from UT Southwestern Medical Center is investigating a new way to help breast cancer survivors increase their physical activity — a six-month education program, available in two Texas locations: Dallas (UT Southwestern) and Fort Worth (Moncrief Cancer Institute). This project is funded by the Cancer Prevention and Research Institute of Texas (CPRIT).
Click here https://is.gd/paces to learn more about the PACES Study!