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The Effects of Acute Resistance Exercise on Energy Balance Regulation among Breast Cancer Survivors

Study category: Cancer

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Exercise is important for weight management after treatment for breast cancer. This study aims to assess the effect of exercise on appetite and energy intake after breast cancer treatment. Participants will complete 3-5 study visits at the University of Colorado and receive monetary compensation and instruction on resistance exercise.




-Female sex -Age 18-45 -Have overweight or mild obesity (body mass index 25-35) -Completed active treatment for stage I-III hormone-positive breast cancer in the past 2 years

Type of Study

Supportive Care




Outpatient CTRC
University of Colorado Hospital

Principal Investigator
Ed Melanson,  PhD, FACSM

Ed Melanson, PhD, FACSM

Study ID

Protocol Number: 19-1974

More information available at NCT04300478

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