Is the word "exercise" a dirty word to you? Or, on the flip side, are you a committed runner or swimmer, wondering how cancer treatment will affect your lifestyle? Either way, there's hope out there. This week's article offers some innovative ideas to get you in (or back in) the groove quickly.
Breast Cancer and Exercise
It's a proven fact that women who exercise during their cancer treatment experience less fatigue. Further, participating in a regular exercise program helps reduce anxiety and depression, fosters a sense of well being and builds strength and endurance. It's never too late to start!
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