A study in the journal Breast Cancer Research and Treatment found that breast cancer survivors who engaged in moderate-to-vigorous physical activity demonstrated improved fatigue symptoms, which was tied to improved working memory and executive function. Researchers said additional study is needed on the relationship between cancer-related cognitive impairment and physical activity.
Physical activity linked to improved cognition in breast cancer survivors
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