One-On-One Exercise Program In Adolescent and Young Adult Cancer Survivors With a Certified Clinical Cancer Exercise Specialist (Randomized Exercise and Cancer Study)
What Is This Study About?
Researches at Indiana University want to know more about how one-on-one exercise with a trainer can impact the short and long-term health outcomes in adolescent and young adult cancer survivors.
Who Is Eligible?
- Ages 15-39 years old
- Have completed chemotherapy treatment more than 3 months ago, or on continued maintenance therapy
- Are currently participating in less than 90 minutes of physically activity a week
What Is Involved?
- Complete 3 in-person assessments lasting 2 hours
- Be randomized to either an exercise intervention or control arm
- Be asked to wear a study-provided FitBit throughout the study duration
- Have unlimited access to the Indianapolis Healthplex atno cost Complete 3 one-hour guided exercise sessions per week for 12-weeks, if randomized to the Exercise Training Group
- Complete 3-hours of wellness coaching sessions per week for 12 weeks, if randomized to the Attention Control Group
The purpose of this study is to better understand whether or not adolescent and young adult cancer survivors can complete an exercise program after treatment and whether or not that program may impact cardiovascular strength and balance.
Researchers will also study changes in the blood and body that may occur during the program by collecting samples of blood at various times during the study.
- IRB Number: 1902689516 (IUSCC-0696)
- Research Study Identifier: TX10442
- Principal Investigator: Jamie Renbarger, MD