Tracy Crane, PhD

Funded in partnership with Miami Dolphins Foundation

Lymphoma is one of the most common cancers in the United States. People who are diagnosed with lymphoma often receive chemotherapy treatment, which can cause a lot of physical and emotional side effects. Although lymphoma is common, not that much is known about how nutrition or physical activity could help lymphoma patients.

Because so little is known, this research study plans to first explore if nutrition and exercise is something that lymphoma patients are interested in and able to do during chemotherapy. Secondly, this research study will look into whether the nutrition and exercise plan helped patients with the side effects of chemotherapy on their body, mind, and quality of life.

Location: University of Miami, Sylvester Comprehensive Cancer Center - Miami
Proposal: Lifestyle Intervention for Food and Exercise to improve treatment response in patients with Lymphoma (LIFE-L)
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