New data supports weight-lifting after breast cancer

08/14/2009 | USA Today

Researchers said a new study contradicts current beliefs that breast cancer survivors shouldn't lift weights due to the risk of developing lymphedema. The data show women with lymphedema who followed a special strength-training program built muscle and reduced their risk of painful flare-ups by 50%.

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