Exercise effects on bone mineral density in women with breast cancer receiving adjuvant chemotherapy.

@article{Schwartz2007ExerciseEO,
  title={Exercise effects on bone mineral density in women with breast cancer receiving adjuvant chemotherapy.},
  author={Anna L Schwartz and Kerri M. Winters-Stone and Betty Bierut Gallucci},
  journal={Oncology nursing forum},
  year={2007},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={
          627-33
        }
}
PURPOSE/OBJECTIVES To test the effects of aerobic and resistance exercise on changes in bone mineral density (BMD) in women newly diagnosed with stage I-III breast cancer receiving chemotherapy. DESIGN Randomized clinical trial. SETTING Two National Cancer Institute-designated cancer centers in metropolitan areas. SAMPLE 66 women with stage I-III breast cancer beginning adjuvant chemotherapy. METHODS Participants were randomized to aerobic or resistance exercise and usual care. At the… 

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