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Who can participate?

Survivors of adolescent and young adult (AYA) cancer who are currently 18-25 years old.

What?

  • Survivors will participate in a virtual physical activity
  • program and a social networking platform, BurnAlong
  • Survivors will be asked to exercise with a friend or family member of their choice for 12 weeks
    • Partners can choose which exercise classes they wish to take
    • Each participant will receive a FitBit to monitor their movement and sleep patterns
    • Participants will be asked to complete virtual fitness assessments, surveys and one-on-one interviews

Why?

We would like your input and participation to help us learn:

  • How to best support the long-term wellbeing of AYA survivors through physical activity
  • How peer-based virtual physical activity and social networking can impact survivors’ quality of life
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Interested?

If you would like a study team member to provide you with more information, please provide your contact information on the form linked below https://iredcap.csmc.edu/surveys/?s=RH3YXLF8YHNH9D4E

For more information, contact the principal investigator, Celina Shirazipour, PhD, at celina.shirazipour@cshs.org

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