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Exploring the recovery process after treatment for cervical cancer

16 May 2019

Researchers at Loughborough university would like to speak to women who have been treated for cervical cancer in order to better understand the physical and psychological processes of recovery in the months and years after treatment. They are interested in finding out how factors such as physical activity may help with recovery and how women could include regular physical activity into their lives.


Ethical approval

This study has been approved by Loughborough University's Ethics Approval Committee.

About the researcher

The study is being conducted by Ms. Nessa Millet, a PhD student at the National Centre for Sport and Exercise Medicine. She is supported by an excellent supervisory team, 2 of whom are experienced researchers in the area of physical activity and health and another who is a gynaecological oncologist.

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