Why people with cancer need to exercise

It was a Friday night.

Rob Newton, an Australian exercise scientist working at Penn State University, had just driven home through the snow after a late evening training session with an elite athlete.

The athlete hadn’t showed, and Rob’s wife wasn’t impressed.

She told him she didn’t know why he spent his time working with athletes.

“Why don’t you do something important and meaningful?” she asked.

It was a defining moment for Rob.

Read more on this story at: https://particle.scitech.org.au/people/rob-newton-why-people-with-cancer-need-to-exercise/

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