PESQUISAS MAPLE TREE CANCER ALLIANCE®

Na Maple Tree Cancer Alliance®, temos o compromisso de melhorar a qualidade de vida das pessoas que lutam contra o câncer. Para garantir que nossos pacientes estejam recebendo os melhores cuidados possíveis, desenvolvemos um programa de pesquisa destinado a estudar os efeitos de exercícios regulares e nutrição adequada no tratamento do câncer. Abaixo está uma lista de publicações recentes produzidas por nossa equipe de pesquisadores.

Em geral, são empregadas quatro fases básicas de reabilitação:

Fase 1: Pacientes que estão atualmente em quimioterapia / radioterapia.

Fase 2: Pacientes que concluíram quimioterapia / radioterapia ou apenas receberam cirurgia e / ou terapia hormonal.

Fase 3: Pacientes que completaram a Fase II.

Fase 4: Pacientes que completaram as Fases II e III e estão aparentemente saudáveis.

Cada intervenção de exercício é individualizada de acordo com o status e as metas de saúde do paciente, e todas as sessões são concluídas com o profissional de educação física capacitado para atuação com pacientes oncológicos. As fases são projetadas para durar 12 semanas, com exceção da Fase 1, que pode durar mais tempo devido ao tratamento. Todos os pacientes são submetidos a uma avaliação abrangente da aptidão no início e na conclusão de cada fase, para medir alterações nos parâmetros da aptidão.

Abaixo estão os resultados preliminares dos concluintes dos programas de Fase 1, 2 e 3.

PUBLICAÇÕES

GUIAS PRÁTICOS

Wonders, K.Y., Stout, B. (2017). Pediatric Cancer Survivors. In Tech. ISBN: 978-953-51-3220-2.

Wonders, KY (2013). Exercise Programming for Cancer Patients. Transworld Research Network. Kerala, IN. ISBN: 978-81-7895-581-0.

CAPÍTULOS DE LIVROS
Wonders, K.Y., Stout, B. (2016). The Role of Exercise in Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy. Neurooncology. In Tech.

Wonders, K.Y. (2015). A Comprehensive Fitness and Nutrition Plan for Cancer Survivors. In R Mohan (Ed.), Cancer Treatment. Book 3. In Tech.

Wonders, K.Y. (2012). The Role of Exercise in Cancer Survivorship. In R Mohan (Ed.),
Cancer Treatment. Book 2. In Tech.

Reigle, B.S. & Wonders, K. (2008). Breast cancer in women and the role of exercise. In M. Verma (ed.),Cancer Epidemiology. Totowa, NJ: The Humana Press.

ARTIGOS PUBLICADOS
Ascend Innovations, LLC. Proving the Effectiveness of Supportive Care

O’Malley, N., Stout, B., & Wonders, K.Y. (2018). The Effects and Efficacy of Exercise in Lung Cancer Patients: An Overview. Health Science Journal, 12 (2): 553.

Wonders, K.Y. & Ondreka, D. (2018). Individualized Exercise Improves Fitness and Psychological Measures to a Greater Extent than Group Exercise During Cancer Treatment. Journal of Palliative Care and Medicine. 1(1): 1001.

Wonders, K.Y., Ondreka, D., Wise, R. (2018). Supervised, Individualized Exercise Mitigates Symptom Severity During Cancer Treatment. Journal of Adenocarcinoma & Osteosarcoma, 3(1): 1-5.

Wonders, K.Y. Wise, R., Ondreka, D., Stout, B. (2018). Supervised, Individualized Exercise Programs Help Mitigate Costs During Cancer Treatment. Journal of Palliative Care & Medicine. 8:4. 1000338-

O’Malley, N., Stout, B., &Wonders, K.Y.(2018). The Effects and Efficacy of Exercise in Lung Cancer Patients: An Overview. Health Science Journal, 12 (2):553.

Wonders, K.Y.  & Ondreka, D. (2018). Individualized Exercise Improves Fitness and Psychological Measures to a Greater Extent than Group Exercise During Cancer Treatment. Journal of Palliative Care and Medicine. 1(1): 1001.

Wonders, K.Y., Ondreka, D., Wise, R. (2018). Supervised, Individualized Exercise Mitigates Symptom Severity During Cancer Treatment. Journal of Adenocarcinoma & Osteosarcoma, 3(1):1-5.

Wonders, KY& Stout, B. (2017). Formalized Exercise Program for Pediatric and Young Adult Cancer Survivors. Australasian Medical Journal, 10(9): 771-773.

Wonders, KY, Spellman, C., Tse, L., Wonders, AW, Stout, B. (2017). Current trends in cancer support within the religious community. Journal of Nursing and Palliative Care, 2(3):3-7.

Wonders, KY & Stout, B. (2017). Formalized Exercise Program for Pediatric and Young Adult Cancer Survivors. Australasian Medical Journal, 10(9):771-773.

Wonders, KY, Spellman, C., Tse, L., Wonders, AW, Stout, B. (2017). Current trends in cancer support within the religious community. Journal of Nursing and Palliative Care, 2(3):3-7.

Wonders, KY, Stout, B (2017). Physical Activity and Nutrition Recommendations for Weight Management during Breast Cancer Treatment. Journal of Nursing and Palliative Care, 2(3):3-7.

Wonders, KY, Stout, B., (2017). Potential benefits of yoga interventions for breast cancer survivors. Yoga Practice & Physiotherapy.J115.

Stout, B., Wonders, KY, Crecelius, A. (2016). The development and feasibility of an at-home, internet-based exercise and nutrition education program in child cancer survivors. MOJ Clinical & Medical Case Reports. 5(4): 00142-00147.

Wonders, KY, Stout, B., Ondreka, D. (2016). Group-based exercise improves fitness parameters in previously sedentary individuals with cancer. International Journal of Innovative Medicine and Health Science (7), 12-16.

Wonders, KY, Stout, B., Ondreka, D. (2016). A model approach to group exercise in cancer survivors. Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Research.

Wonders, KY., Leedom, E., Sheets, M. (2016). Role of Nutrition and Exercise in the Prevention of the Onset of Cancer. Journal of Palliative Care and Medicine, (6) 1-4.

Sackett, L., Nelson, M., & Wonders, K.Y. (2015). Randomized Controlled Trial on the Effectiveness of Yoga in Breast Cancer Patients Receiving Adjuvant Radiation and/or Chemotherapy Following Breast Surgery. Jacobs Journal of Cancer Science and Research, 1(4): 021-026.

Robichaux, A.M. & Wonders, K.Y. (2015) Nutrition Intervention Strategies to Maintain Body Weight of Head and Neck Cancer Patients. Jacobs Journal of Physical Rehabilitation Medicine, 1(1):1-3.

Moris, C. & Wonders, K.Y. (2015). Concise Review on the Safety of Exercise on Symptoms of Lymphedema.World Journal of Clinical Oncology, 6(4):43-44.

Wonders, KY (2014). The Effect of Supervised Exercise Training on Chemotherapy-Induced Exercise Training. International Journal of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 2:(4) 210-215.

Wonders, KY, Bergman, D., & Drury, DG (2014). An Investigation of the Maxagrip Handle Design on Muscular Strength and Gripping Comfort: A Pilot Study. Journal of Exercise Physiology, Online. 17(3):46-57.

Wonders, KY, Whisler, G., Loy, H., Holt, B., Bohachek, K., Wise, R. (2013). Ten Weeks of Home-Based Exercise Attenuates Symptoms of Chemotherapy-Induced Peripheral Neuropathy in Breast Cancer Patients. Health Psychology Research Journal, 1(3):149-153.

Wonders, KY, Loy, H., Holt, B., Bohachek, K., Wise, R. (2013). Examining the Relationship Between Physical Fitness and Spiritual Fitness in Cancer Patients. World Journal of Translational Medicine, 2(2): 22-26.

Wonders, KY, Jennings, J, & Smith, K. (2012). A Comprehensive Cancer Care Plan: Examining the
Role of Exercise, Nutrition, and Emotional Support in Cancer Recovery. Journal of Palliative Care and Medicine, S1:003

Wonders, KY & Drury, DG (2012). Current exercise behaviors of breast cancer patients diagnosed with chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy. Journal of Integrative Oncology, 1(1): 103-107.

Wonders, KY & Drury, DG. (2011). Exercise intensity as a determinant of exercise induced hypoalgesia.Journal of Exercise Physiology online,14(4):134-144

Wonders, KY. Reigle, BS, & Drury, DG. (2010). Treatment strategies for chemotherapy-induced peripheral neuropathy: Potential role of exercise rehabilitation. Oncology Reviews, 4(2): 117-25.

Wonders, KY & Drury, DG. (2010). Orthostatic-induced hypotension attenuates cold pressor pain perception. Journal of Exercise Physiology, online, 13(1): 21-32.

Orlowski, M., Husain, M., Wonders, KY, & Hallam, JS. (2010). The relationship of beliefs and access to mammography history in low-income women. The American Journal of Health Studies, 25(2): 78-85.

Wonders, KY & Drury, DG. (2010). Orthostatic-induced hypotension attenuates cold pressor pain perception. Journal of Exercise Physiology, online, 13(1): 21-32.

Hydock, DS, Wonders, KY, Schneider, CM, & Hayward, R. (2009). Voluntary Wheel running in rats receiving doxorubicin: effects on running activity and cardiac myosin heavy chain. Anticancer Research, 29(11): 4401-7.

Wonders, K.Y, Hydock, D., Greufe, S., Schneider, C., & Hayward, R. (2009). Endurance Exercise Training Preserves Cardiac Function in Rats Receiving Doxorubicin and the HER-2 Inhibitor GW2974. Cancer Chemotherapy and Pharmacology, 64(6): 1105-13.

Wonders, K.Y., Reigle, B.S. (2009). Trastuzumab and Doxorubicin-Related Cardiotoxicity and the Cardioprotective Role of Exercise. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 8(1): 17-21.

Wonders, K.Y., Hydock, D.S., Schneider, C.M., Hayward, R. (2008). Acute exercise attenuates doxorubicin-induced cardiac dysfunction. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 7(3): 147-54.

Drury, D.G. & Wonders, K.Y. (2008). Unmasking pain. NATA: Training & Conditioning, 18(4): 51-7.

Wonders, K.Y., Hydock, D.S., Hayward, R. (2007). Time course of changes in cardiac function during recovery after acute exercise. Applied Physiology, Nutrition, and Metabolism, 32: 1164-9.

Hydock, D.S., Wonders, K.Y., Schneider, C.M., Hayward, R. Endurance training protects against androgen deprivation therapy-induced cardiac dysfunction. (2006). Prostate Cancer and Prostatic Disease, 9(4), 392-98.

Wonders, K.Y.,Oostveen, A., Wise, R., Ondreka, D., Seitz, T. (in press). The Role of Prescribed, Individualized Exercise in Attenuating Sleep Disturbance and Deprivation During Cancer Treatment. Sleep Medicine and Disorders: An International Journal.

Wonders, K.Y., Wise, R., Ondreka, D., Gratsch, J. (in press). Cost Savings Analysis of Individualized Exercise Oncology Programs. Integrative Cancer Therapies.