This July issue arrives amidst the coronavirus pandemic and disruption of our personal and professional lives. In applying lessons learned amidst a pandemic, we must quickly translate research findings into practice. This issue provides the reader with up-to-date evidence for immediate clinical application. An Executive Summary of the second APTA Oncology Clinical Practice Guideline, Interventions for Breast Cancer-related Lymphedema, is available with the full guideline published in Physical Therapy (https://doi.org/10.1093/ptj/pzaa087). The importance of prehabilitation for those with cancer in both Moorthy, et al, Quantitative Study of long-term follow-up of exercise levels following participation in a prehabilitation programme in oesophago-gastric (OG) cancer, and Andres, et al, Impact of physical conditioning on outcomes in transplant patients: retrospective data analysis, highlight the continued need for our services before, during, and after treatment for cancer. Additionally, Rindflesch and colleagues share finding from a prospective study of physical performance in individuals undergoing stem cell transplantation. The Research Round-up and Clinical Conversation focus on the important topic of falls impacting those with cancer.