A study in the journal Cancer Research suggests moderate to high-intensity exercise may raise epinephrine levels, which can lead to a decrease in the viability of breast cancer cells and tumor growth. Researchers said results in tests on blood samples from women and in mice show higher levels of epinephrine activate the tumor-suppressor Hippo signaling pathway.
Research suggests how exercise may affect breast cancer
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