Higher cardiorespiratory fitness is tied to a lower risk of colorectal and lung cancer in some people, according to a study in the journal Cancer. Johns Hopkins School of Medicine researchers studied more than 49,000 patients and also found significantly lower rates of all-cause mortality after a colorectal or lung cancer diagnosis in individuals with the highest CRF levels.
Cardiorespiratory fitness linked to colorectal, lung cancer risk
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