Exercise Oncology Australia is a page dedicated to kicking back at cancer using evidence-based research. Exercise has been commonly prescribed for lifestyle-related chronic illnesses such as cardiovascular disease and diabetes, but more recently, emerging studies have shown that exercise can improve many outcomes for cancer patients. In a nutshell, some of these benefits across different types of cancer include increased survival rate, decreased chance of the cancer returning, less fatigue, better sleep, improved cardiovascular health, less anxiety & depression and increased strength  just to name a few.

Throughout this blog, I will discuss some findings from emerging exercise oncology studies. I’ll also speak about my experiences co-ordinating exercise studies for women with ovarian cancer, traveling around Australia and overseas to present my work with other researchers. Also I’m always happy to discuss other bloggers stories and answer any questions. I have seen some amazing people do amazing things during a time in life that brings so many challenges

D. Mizrahi


Your Exercise Physiologist,

David Mizrahi

Exercise Oncology Australia


  1. Thank you for choosing to follow my blog. With so much talent out here, I’m pleased you are interested to read my words. As a stage IV cancer patient – without disease for just over three years now – I am eager to read your articles and learn how I can use exercise in my own recovery.

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  2. Thank you for popping along to my blog and now following. Your time is very valuable and I am grateful. Had a quick gander at your blog, I am inspired. Exercise has been my life and your blog is refreshing and fills me with confidence that I might be getting it right. I am a breast cancer survivor and although cancer is very scarry I do feel it visitng me has infact empowered and given me new confidence with life. Thank you for blog I look forward to reading more of your postings. Love peace & happiness

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