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Take part in our study to improve exercise prescriptions for people living with and beyond cancer

Help us to make exercise more effective for limiting the side effects of cancer and treatment. You must be living with or beyond cancer to take part.

Regular exercise can limit the side effects of cancer and its treatment, even improving the way some anti-cancer medicines work. However, exercise programmes are often difficult to stick to and it is not always known whether they are having an effect.

Exercise interventions delivered over the internet can help people to take part, but their effectiveness would be easier to determine if participants could test their own improvements in fitness, strength, power, and flexibility.

Take part in this research

We're recruiting for this study until April 2022.


To take part in this study you must be:

  • aged 18 years or over
  • living with or beyond cancer
  • deemed safe to exercise by a medical professional

What’s involved in the study

We will ask you for your thoughts and experiences of exercising during and after cancer treatment.

You will:

  • complete a questionnaire
  • try some simple fitness, strength, power and flexibility tests that can be easily completed in your own home in an online meeting.

What you'll get for taking part in the study

By taking part, you will help to create new online exercise programmes that are easier to stick to and more effective for improving overall health and wellbeing among people living with and beyond cancer.

You will also receive a summary of the study results and an explanation of your own fitness test measurements.

Your data

All of your data will be handled in line with the General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR). You will not be identifiable in any publications. Your data will be stored on the University of Bath’s secure computer server and will only be accessible by the research team.


We are conducting this research in collaboration with Fighting Fit For Cancer.

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Contact us

If you have any questions about our research, please contact us.

This project has been approved by the University of Bath, Research Ethics Approval Committee for Health (REACH) [reference: EP 22 007] and is being conducted in collaboration with Fighting Fit For Cancer.