The aim of this trial is to motivate patients at an early stage to take regular brisk walks so as to counter the occurrence of muscle and joint pain as well as other side effects, such as hot flushes and exhaustion. The study seeks to demonstrate that such physical exercise can help patients to better tolerate their drug therapy and have a lasting and beneficial effect on their lifestyle. It is hoped that the study results will show patients ways in which they can mitigate side effects themselves and positively influence the course of therapy.
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Nicole Zindel, Pink Ribbon Schweiz; MSc Nicolette Hoefnagels, Tumor- und Brustzentrum ZeTuP St. Gallen; Maike Kiessling, Estée Lauder; Prof. Dr. med. Roger von Moos, SAKK