Oral 6: Nathan Rose – Home-Based High-Intensity Interval Training To Improve Colorectal Cancer Survivorship: Feasibility And Relationship With Novel Surrogate Biomarkers Of Colorectal Cancer Recurrence

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Faculty mentor: Adriana Coletta

This 12-week trial randomizes colorectal cancer (CRC) survivors into one of two groups for a home-based exercise intervention: high-intensity interval training (HIIT) or moderate-intensity continuous exercise (MICE). Assessments are conducted at baseline and end-of-study. The primary objective is to demonstrate the feasibility of home-based HIIT among CRC survivors. Currently, there are no data on the feasibility of HIIT under free living conditions such as an unsupervised home-based setting.

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