ASSURE was a feasibility and preliminary efficacy study in which individuals with lung cancer and their caregivers participate in a combined intervention of yoga and resistance exercise two times per week, for 8 weeks.
ULTRA was a randomized controlled trial examining the preliminary efficacy of therapeutic ultrasound in the treatment of pain and sensory disturbance to chemotherapy induced peripheral neuropathy.
LYNC was a multi-centre randomized controlled trial (cross-over design) examining the efficacy of night-time compression as a self-management intervention for breast cancer related lymphedema.
The ACE pilot study was a small study designed to pilot test the planned Alberta Cancer Exercise (ACE) program. The purpose of this cross-over design pilot was to assess the benefit and specific outcomes of a community-based exercise program, examining both program reach and effectiveness.
PEDWAY was a pilot study assessing whether a supported pedometer-based low-intensity walking program is helpful in maintaining physical activity or breast and head-and-neck patients undergoing radiation therapy.
This study was a randomized controlled trial (cross-over design) examining the feasibility of night-time compression system garments for breast cancer related lymphedema.