ERASE STUDY

Exercise during Active Surveillance for Prostate Cancer

Please note that this website is NOT for participant recruitment.

 

This website provides information and the updates of the ERASE Study.

WHAT CAN EXERCISE DO FOR MEN WITH PROSTATE CANCER ON ACTIVE SURVEILLANCE?

Active surveillance is a way of monitoring prostate cancer and is increasingly the therapy of choice for men with localized, slow-growing tumours, allowing them to delay or avoid treatment and the side effects that can occur after surgery and radiotherapy.

 
If our hypothesis is correct, exercise could be a cost-effective and simple way for men on active surveillance to feel better, slow cancer progression and delay or eliminate medical treatment altogether.

 

 

PROSTATE CANCER CANADA'S
STEP-UP CHALLENGE FUNDRAISER
EDMONTON

Funds raised towards the ERASE Study

2018: $78,000

2019: $58,000 

Funded by

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