Researchers at the American Cancer Society report in the Journal of Clinical Oncology that patients who have been diagnosed with colon cancer without spread of the tumor have a lower risk of dying if they stay physically active. The protective effect of exercise against death did not cover only those related to cancer, but also death from other causes. Although there was no cause-and-effect seen between exercise and improved survival rates in the study, experts think that the results show that it is always better to exercise than to be sedentary. Peter Campbell, director of the society’s Tumor Repository and […]Continue reading Physical Activity Improves Survival in Colon Cancer
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