Policies and Practices for Cancer Prevention and Survivorship: Physical Activity

Policies and Practices for Cancer Prevention and Survivorship: Physical Activity

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Division of Cancer Prevention and Control (DCPC) Announces New Resource РPolicies and Practices for Cancer Prevention and Survivorship:  Physical Activity

DCPC’s Scientific Support and Clinical Translation Team (SCCT) developed and released a new resource in cancer prevention and survivorship.

“Policies and Practices for Cancer Prevention and Survivorship: ¬†Physical Activity” is a sixteen page guide highlighting:

  • What comprehensive cancer control programs can do
    • Conduct and analyze data, identify and engage potential partners, update your cancer plan, and measure your effects
  • What we know about physical activity
  • Physical activity among adults, youth, and cancer survivors
  • What strategies work for increasing physical activity
  • Resources to support community strategies
  • Possible partners for comprehensive cancer control programs

To download your copy, click HERE.

For additional information, contact Mary Puckett, PhD, Health Scientist, DCPC, Comprehensive Cancer Control Branch at MPuckett1@CDC.gov.

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