Home-Based Exercise Prehabilitation During Preoperative Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer Is Associated With Improvement in Physical Function and Quality of Life
Parker, Nathan H
Lee, Rebecca E
O'Connor, Daniel P
Petzel, Maria Q B
Fontillas, Rhodora C
Sahai, Sunil K
Lee, Jeffrey E
Katz, Matthew H G
AffiliationUniv Arizona, Canc Ctr
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CitationNgo-Huang, A., Parker, N. H., Bruera, E., Lee, R. E., Simpson, R., O’Connor, D. P., … Katz, M. H. G. (2019). Home-Based Exercise Prehabilitation During Preoperative Treatment for Pancreatic Cancer Is Associated With Improvement in Physical Function and Quality of Life. Integrative Cancer Therapies, 18, 153473541989406. https://doi.org/10.1177/1534735419894061
JournalINTEGRATIVE CANCER THERAPIES
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AbstractPurpose: To investigate relationships among physical activity, changes in physical function, and health-related quality of life (HRQOL) among patients with pancreatic adenocarcinoma enrolled in a home-based exercise prehabilitation program. Methods: Patients with resectable pancreatic adenocarcinoma receiving preoperative chemotherapy and/or chemoradiation were enrolled on this prospective, single-arm trial and were advised to perform ≥60 minutes each of moderate-intensity aerobic exercise and strengthening exercise weekly. Activity was measured via self-report and accelerometers, including moderate-to-vigorous physical activity (MVPA), light physical activity (LPA), and sedentary activity (SA). Physical function measures at baseline and restaging follow-up included 6-minute walk test (6MWT), 5 times sit-to-stand (5×STS), handgrip strength (HGS), 3-m walk for gait speed (GS), and the PROMIS Physical Function Short Form. HRQOL was measured via the FACT-Hep questionnaire. Results: Fifty participants with mean age 66 years (standard deviation = 8 years) were enrolled. The 6MWT, 5×STS, and GS significantly improved from baseline to restaging follow-up (P=.001, P=.049, and P=.009, respectively). Increases in self-reported aerobic exercise, weekly MVPA, and LPA were associated with improvement in 6MWT (β=.19, P=.048; β=.18, P=.03; and β=.08, P=.03, respectively) and self-reported physical functioning (β=.02, P=.03; β=.03, P=.005; and β=.01, P=.02, respectively). Increased weekly LPA was associated with increased HRQOL (β=.03, P=.02). Increased SA was associated with decreased HRQOL (β=-.02,P=.01). Conclusions: Patients with potentially resectable pancreatic cancer exhibit meaningful improvement in physical function with prehabilitation; physical activity was associated with improved physical function and HRQOL. These data highlight the importance of physical activity during treatment for pancreatic cancer.
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SponsorsKnox Family Foundation; Center for Energy Balance in Cancer Prevention & Survivorship, Duncan Family Institute for Cancer Prevention and Risk Assessment; Texas Chapter of the American College of Sports Medicine; Cancer Prevention & Research Institute of Texas Training Grant/MD Anderson Cancer Prevention Research Training Program [RP170259]; Bettie Willerson Driver Cancer Research Fund; National Institutes of Health/National Cancer InstituteUnited States Department of Health & Human ServicesNational Institutes of Health (NIH) - USANIH National Cancer Institute (NCI) [P30CA016672]
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