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DigiMed is delighted to partner with Australia’s key opinion leaders in medicine, cancer patients and Olympic athlete Michael Klim in the new Exercise Prescription out now as featured on the ABC.
Doctors, athletes, scientists and researchers team up in this charity book initiative to reveal compelling new evidence in the emerging field of exercise medicine.
Authors discuss how exercise can re-program DNA, the impact of exercise on COVID-19 and why exercise is the new prescription for cancer prevention and recurrent cancer prevention.
DigiMed was responsible for book strategy, photography, research, editing, design, public relations and patient and celebrity advocacy on this Australian first charity project.
100% of book sales go to funding a new exercise trial for cancer patients at St Vincent’s Hospital Sydney. Click here to buy.
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