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Exercise may slow down tumour progression in breast cancer

3rd - 6th Dec 2014

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Published: 18.12.14
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Dr José Menezes - University of Montreal, Montreal, Canada

Dr Menezes talks to ecancertv at the UICC World Cancer Congress 2014 about the benefits of exercise for women with breast cancer. As well as enhancing quality of life by reducing fatigue and depression, exercise has also been found to moderate serum concentration in the tumour microenvironment, reducing tumour inflammation and progression. 

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