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NEW RESEARCH TO STUDY THE EFFECTS OF PHYSICAL AND MENTAL WELL-BEING ON MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER

Researchers from the University of Surrey and Royal Surrey County Hospital are undertaking exciting new research to help improve survival rates of men with metastatic prostate cancer

 

Sam Gledhill, Movember Foundation said: “Conventional treatments and therapies remain the primary means of attack against prostate cancer. However, incremental improvements that can be achieved by other means all amount to valuable extra time and quality of life for men diagnosed with the disease. The Movember Foundation is grateful to our remarkable community of fundraisers for supporting this important study that is contributing to the evidence and understanding around how exercise can be a vital factor in extending and improving men’s lives.”

The team at Surrey is led by Professor Hardev Pandha (Medical Oncology), Professor Sara Faithfull (Cancer Nursing Practice) and Dr Ralph Manders (Exercise Physiology).

 

https://www.dad.info/article/new-research-to-study-the-effects-of-physical-and-mental-well-being-on-men-with-prostate-cancer

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