How To Stay In Shape During Cancer Treatment

Show: Ask Dr. DeSilva


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Guest(s)
Roger Mollencopf
Topic
Cancer Treatment: Physical Activities and Staying in Shape
Topic Info
Fitness nut and Cancer patient, Roger Mollencopf joins the show to discuss his battle with cancer and how his physical activities and staying fit are helping show signs of improvement.
Guest Info
Roger Mollencopf was diagnosed with gliblastoma in June 2009, the 69-year-old considers himself a “fitness nut,” running or walking on average 3 miles a day, as well as lifting weights. Not only does Roger feel physically great, but in February he started a new targeted therapy and his MRI scans showed his tumor shrinking.
Host
Dr. Derrick DeSilva
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