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On Sunday 7th June 2015 at Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, Teenage Cancer Trust and a few other charities held an event for patients and their friends/family to try new sports to encourage people to get active during/after treatment.
We are in Birmingham with Daniel who is a physiotherapist at Queen Elizabeth Hospital. Daniel’s role is to try an encourage young people to keep active throughout their treatment and takes us through a few of the exercises.
Filmed at CCLG Winter Meeting on 28th-29th January. During this film we hear an update from NCRI Teenage and Young Adult Clinical Studies Group and also hear an update on BMT.
Filmed at CCLG Winter Meeting on 28th-29th January. During this session we see updates from the following areas; bone sarcoma, pharmacology, supportive care, functional imaging, epidemiology and retinoblastoma.
It’s a combination you wouldn’t think would work together, but as this video highlights, energy levels permitting, a bit of gentle exercise during chemotherapy can have a wide range of benefits. With many reasons for keeping active, including motivation, boredom […]