People with high-risk breast cancer who engaged in physical activity, regardless of intensity, before and after undergoing treatment had significantly lower recurrence and death rates after one year and particularly after two years, compared with those who were inactive, researchers reported in the Journal of the National Cancer Institute. The findings were based on Diet, Exercise, Lifestyle and Cancer Prognosis study data involving 1,340 individuals.
Pre-, post-treatment exercise boosts breast cancer survival
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