Study: Exercise ups survival chances in breast cancer patients

05/25/2005 | Washington Post, The · USA Today

Breast cancer patients have a greater chance of survival from the disease if they are physically active, according to a new study. The large study of U.S. nurses found that patients who walk or do other types of moderate exercise for three to five hours per week are about 50% less likely to die from the disease as sedentary women.

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