Exercise delays allogeneic tumor growth and reduces intratumoral inflammation and vascularization.

@article{Zielinski2004ExerciseDA,
  title={Exercise delays allogeneic tumor growth and reduces intratumoral inflammation and vascularization.},
  author={Mark Zielinski and Melissa Muenchow and Matthew A. Wallig and Peggy L Horn and Jeffrey A. Woods},
  journal={Journal of applied physiology},
  year={2004},
  volume={96 6},
  pages={2249-56}
}
This investigation determined whether daily strenuous exercise would alter the progression and regression of an allogeneic lymphoid tumor in mice. We also determined whether exercise would alter the cellular composition and vascularity of the tumor. Female BALB/c mice (age 6-8 wk) were randomly assigned to sedentary control (Con) or daily exercised groups (EXH). EXH mice ran on a treadmill at incremental speeds (20-40 m/min) for 3 h or until fatigue. Each mouse was subcutaneously injected with… CONTINUE READING

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