12 July 2016
By Dr Wendy Winnall - PCFA Research Team
It may come as no surprise that regular exercise after a cancer diagnosis can help improve symptoms and quality of life. However about 10 years ago a remarkable idea was proposed; that exercise could also improve survival rates after a cancer diagnosis. The evidence is building that exercise after a diagnosis of breast or colorectal cancer can improve survival rates. Could exercise also increase the survival of prostate cancer patients?
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