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This program is the first Master of Science in Cancer Care in
the nation focused on exercise oncology within a multi-disciplinary approach. Courses embrace a variety of disciplines (e.g., exercise physiology,
nutrition, physical therapy, psychology) while remaining strictly focused
on current scientific knowledge of cancer.
of Science in Cancer Care, Exercise Physiology Concentration (launched Fall 2016) focuses on the
development of exercise professionals with the knowledge, skills and abilities
to provide specialty services to the growing cancer population. The
DiSepio Institute for Rural Health and Wellness at Saint Francis University
provides on-site clinical and research opportunities. The degree program is
also supported by the work of the newly established Center for Rural Cancer Survivorship.
Dr. Stephen Baker, PhD
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This program will give you the opportunity to have a significant impact in the outcome of individuals diagnosed with cancer. The opportunity to chart measurable results and learn outside the classroom, will give you an edge as you begin your career.
One of many out of the classroom experiences that are available is The Center For Rural Cancer Survivorship. A comprehensive interdisciplinary center developed to provide outpatient services to all cancer patients and survivors in need. Whether newly diagnosed or long finished with treatment, our goal is to improve daily function and quality of life for the cancer survivor.
Center For Rural Cancer Survivorship
"I'm grateful that an organization like this, cares enough to create a cancer care team and sees the importance of helping build the foundation of getting well and staying well."
~ Linda Gilroy Palmer, breast and ovarian cancer survivor.
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