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We know physical activity is important for cancer patients at all stages of cancer treatment. The Move More campaign provides practical advice and tools on how to safely become more physically active during and after treatment.
As part of the campaign we have created some tools that can help you communicate the benefits of physical activity to people living with and beyond cancer. We have also produced evidence reviews that will support your and other colleagues learning about cancer and exercise.
Move More: your complete guide for becoming more active.
Support pack for people living with cancer with information on physical activity, advice on how to get active and diary.
Order the Move More pack from be.Macmillan.
|Download the Move More pack [PDF 4MB]|.
How to use the Get Active Feel Good pack.
A simple guide to using the Move More pack with patients.
Download the how to guide.|
Move More the underrated wonder drug
This report examines the evidence that shows that physical activity can significantly help improve cancer patient outcomes.
Order the report from be.Macmillan.
|Download the report [PDF 5MB]|.
The importance of physical activity for people living with and beyond cancer: a concise evidence review.
This review provides commissioners and health professionals with an overview of the evidence for integrating the promotion of physical activity within the cancer care pathway.
Order the review from be.Macmillan|.
Download the review [PDF]|.
Interventions to promote physical activity for people living with and beyond cancer: evidence-based review.
This review provides commissioners and health professionals with an overview of the evidence for interventions to promote physical activity among people living with and beyond cancer, and guidance on integrating physical activity into the cancer care pathway.
Order the review from be.Macmillan.|
Download the review [PDF].|
If you want to know more about how physical activity can help people living with and after cancer please see our information.
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