6/30/2010

New guidelines issued by the American College of Sports Medicine this month recommend that cancer survivors -- including those still undergoing treatment -- exercise for about two and a half hours a week to fight heart disease and cancer-related fatigue. Dr. Kathryn Schmitz, lead author of the new guidance, said that certain patients should first consult their oncologist about physical activity because they may need more specialized exercise advice.

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