Exercise after breast cancer treatment: current perspectives

@inproceedings{DieliConwright2015ExerciseAB,
  title={Exercise after breast cancer treatment: current perspectives},
  author={Christina M Dieli-Conwright and Breanna Z Orozco},
  booktitle={Breast cancer},
  year={2015}
}
Over the past 2 decades, great strides have been made in the field of exercise-oncology research, particularly with breast cancer. This area of research is particularly important since there are >2.8 million breast cancer survivors who are in need of an intervention that can offset treatment-related side effects. Noticeable reductions in physical fitness (ie, cardiopulmonary fitness and muscular strength), negative changes in body composition (ie, increase in body mass, decrease in lean body… CONTINUE READING
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