Physical activity before, after breast cancer treatment ‘consistently associated’ with improved survival

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Physical activity before, after breast cancer treatment ‘consistently associated’ with improved survival | #CornerInsure #BreastCancer #Cancer #YourHealth | Researchers additionally found that patients who consistently engaged in lower volumes of physical activity on a regular basis — including before, during and after treatment — experienced survival advantages similar to those who met and exceeded HHS’s Physical Activity Guidelines for Americans.

“Additional evidence is mounting to show a strong association between post-diagnosis physical activity and breast cancer outcomes, demonstrating the potential therapeutic benefit of exercise as a part of comprehensive patient and survivorship care,” Rikki A. Cannioto, PhD, EdD, researcher in the department of cancer prevention and control at Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center, told Healio.

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