Are you a competitive athlete and a cancer survivor?

Jessica Wood, an Ithaca College graduate student in the Department of Exercise and Sport Sciences, is researching “Mental Toughness in Cancer Survivors with Previous Athletic Experience.” She’s recruiting athletes/cancer survivors for a study that provides insight into mental toughness and cancer. A competitive athlete is defined here as an individual who had two years of collegiate athletic experience or the equivalent. But Jessica is casting a wide net – you might qualify if you’ve been a serious runner, lift weights regularly, etc.

Here’s the link for more information. If you’re uncertain if you’re eligible, please send her an email.  She’d welcome it!

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