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Rethinking the exercise paradigm for breast cancer survivors

"The direct and indirect effects of cancer treatment can create, in some, a reinforcing pattern of avoidance of activity, which subsequently hastens …

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Cancer and Exercise Benefits


Exercise Benefits Breast Cancer Patients

April 15, 2012 -- Exercising may not be at the top of the "to do" list for most women undergoing treatment for breast cancer, but it probably should be, according to a new study. "Women in the study benefited from even …


Exercise’s Anti-Cancer Benefits Vary by Race
White men benefit more from exercise than blacks, when it comes to reducing the risk of developing prostate cancer, according to the findings of a surprising new study. The research, published online in the American …