Här nedan finns länkar till publicerade artiklar och populärvetenskapliga sammanfattningar av resultat i Phys-Can
- Länk till Anna Henriksson m.fl. 2016 "Perceived barriers to and facilitators of being physically active during adjuvant cancer treatment"
- Länk till Berntsen m. fl. 2017 "Design of a randomized controlled trial of physical training and cancer (Phys-Can) - the impact of exercise intensity on cancer-related fatigue, quality of life and disease outcome"
- Länk till Mazzoni m.fl. 2017 "Comparison between log-book reported and objectively-assessed physical activity and sedentary time in breast cancer patients: an agreement study"
- Länk till Igelström m.fl. 2017 "Exercise during and after curative oncological treatment - a mapping review"
- Länk till Björke m.fl. 2019 "Which exercise prescriptions optimize VO2 max during cancer treatment? A systematic review and meta-analysis"
- Länk till Mazzoni m.fl. 2019 "Finding my own motivation. A mixed methods study of exercise and behaviour change support during oncological treatment"
- Länk till Johnsson m.fl. 2019 "A single exercise session improves side-effects of chemotherapy in women with breast cancer. An observational study"
- Länk till Henriksson m.fl. 2020 "Meaningful and challenging. Supervising physical exercise in a community-based setting for persons undergoing curative oncological treatment"
- Länk till Ax m.fl. 2020 "Exercise: A positive feature on functioning in daily life druing cancer treatment. Experiences from the Phys-Can study"
- Länk till Helgsen Björke m.fl. 2020 "Criteria for the determination of maximal oxygen uptake in patients newly diagnosed with cancer: Baseline data from the Phys-Can RCT"
- Länk till Wiestad m.fl. 2020 "The Phys-Can observational study. Adjuvant chemotherapy is associated with a reduction whereas physical activity level before start of treatment is associated with maintenance of maximal oxygen uptake in patients with cancer"
- Länk till Mazzoni m.fl. 2020 "Exercise adherence and effect of self-regulatory BCTs. Secondary analysis from the Phys-Can RCT"
- Länk till Henriksson m.fl. 2021 "Is it safe to exercise during oncological treatment? A study of adverse events during endurance and resistance training. Data from the Phys-Can study"
- Länk till Demmelmaier m.fl. 2021 "Does exercise intensity matter for fatigue during (neo-)adjuvant cancer treatment? The Phys-Can randomised clinical trial"
- Länk till Mazzoni m.fl 2021 "Effect of self-regulatory behaviour change techniques and predictors of physical activity maintenance at 12-month follow-up of the Phys-Can RCT"
- Länk till Schauer m.fl. 2021 "The effect of exercise intensity on markers of inflammation during and after (neo-)adjuvant cancer treatment: A secondary analysis of the Phys-Can RCT"
- Länk till Strandberg m.fl 2021 "Who makes it all the way? Participants vs. decliners, and completers vs. drop-outs, in a 6-month exercise trial during cancer treatment. Results from the Phys-Can RCT"
- Länk till Ax m.fl 2022 "Short- and long-term effects of high versus low-to-moderate intensity exercise to optimise health-related quality of life after oncological treatment. Results from the Phys-Can project".