Cancer survivors: Join the AMPLIFY study to improve diet and exercise habits
Researchers know that regular exercise and a healthy diet improve outcomes for cancer survivors, but they are still studying which healthy lifestyle programs work best. The O’Neal Comprehensive Cancer Center at UAB is offering our community an opportunity to join the AMPLIFY clinical trial, a study funded by the National Cancer Institute that is designed to advance research by helping cancer survivors get healthier.
AMPLIFY (AiM, PLan and act on LIFestYles) is a free, personalized, online diet and exercise program for cancer survivors who are committed to losing weight, improving fitness, and eating healthier over the next year. By spending just 15-20 minutes online per week, the AMPLIFY program can help you make measurable progress with a personalized, research-based lifestyle plan.
Who is eligible?
Survivors age 50 and up who would benefit from weight loss and have been treated for any of the following cancers are eligible:
- Multiple myeloma
- Non-Hodgkin lymphoma
- Kidney (renal)
How to enroll
If you are interested in participating or want more information, please reach out in any of the following ways:
- Call us toll-free at 833-535-7934.
- Email us at email@example.com.
- Visit our website at amplifymyhealth.org/welcome#about.
- Visit our Facebook page at facebook.com/AmplifySurvivorHealth.