A Phase III clinical trial of exercise modalities on treatment side-effects in men receiving therapy for prostate cancer [ 2009 - 2012 ]

Also known as: What types of exercise are most effective for reducing the side-effects of treatment for prostate cancer?

Research Grant

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Researchers: Prof Robert Newton (Principal investigator) ,  Prof Daniel Galvao Prof Dennis Taaffe Prof Nigel Spry

Brief description Hormone therapy is very effective for treating prostate cancer however it produces a number of side effects including muscle and bone loss, fat gain, and increased risk of death from heart disease and diabetes. In other populations physical exercise has proven particulary effective for preventing such problems however no long term studies with prostate cancer patients have ever confirmed this. Knowledge gained from this study has potential to markedly reduce suffering and increase survival.

Funding Amount $AUD 519,330.60

Funding Scheme NHMRC Project Grants

Notes Standard Project Grant

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