Managing breast cancer risk: the role of exercise

breast cancer and exercise

Modern society is a sedentary society. ¬†You don’t need me to tell you exercise is important. You already know that.

Research, both epidemiological and cohort studies, suggests that exercise can help reduce the risk of some breast cancers, particularly for pre-menopausal women. Exercise also helps reduce the risk of recurrence for menopausal women, with possibly a more positive effect for estrogen receptor positive breast cancer.

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