Exercise is safe during and after cancer treatments. Cancer survivors are encouraged to return to normal daily activities as soon as possible and to avoid inactivity. The 2008 PAG for Americans are generally appropriate for cancer survivors with specific exercise adaptations based on disease and treatment taken into consideration. Exercise is beneficial to cancer survivors contributing to improvements in physical functioning, quality of life, and fatigue related to treatment. Research gaps still exist in the field of cancer survivorship and exercise to include a need for greater specifics in relation to modes of exercise training on specific end points in a larger cancer survivor population base including racial and ethnic minorities and those with a lowers socioeconomic status.² Overall, exercise is beneficial to cancer survivors and the phrase “some physical activity is better than none” rings true for this population.