Exercise can help you to recover from cancer, but it can also be the last thing you feel like doing after treatment. There's a lot of factors you need to...

Bowel cancer is the third most common form of cancer in Australia. So what causes bowel cancer, why is it so prevalent and what can we do about it? Also called...

February is Ovarian Cancer Awareness Month, so let's talk about the impact of exercise for preventing and managing ovarian cancer. What is Ovarian Cancer? Ovarian Cancer is the eighth most common type...

The role exercise plays in cancer care is becoming increasingly important. Exercise is known to be safe and helpful for cancer survivors during and after treatment, and oncologists and their...

Chemotherapy is a powerful tool, but it brings with it a vast array of challenges, both during your cycles and after. For those undergoing chemo treatment, exercise might be the...

What is Androgen Deprivation Therapy (ADT) Prostate cancer needs male hormones (androgens such as testosterone) to thrive. This means that one of the main types of drug therapy for this disease...

Lymphedema is a condition that often affects people recovering from cancer treatment. We asked Accredited Exercise Physiologist, Kitty Chao, about her tips for exercising with lymphedema. What is the lymphatic system? The...