Physical Activity in Puerto Rican Breast Cancer Survivors.

  title={Physical Activity in Puerto Rican Breast Cancer Survivors.},
  author={Maribel T{\'i}rado-G{\'o}mez and Daniel C. Hughes and Velda J. Gonz{\'a}lez-Mercado and Rose A. Trevi{\~n}o-Whitaker and Karen M. Basen-Engquist},
  journal={Puerto Rico health sciences journal},
  volume={35 2},
OBJECTIVE Breast cancer survivors do not engage in appropriate levels of physical activity, despite the known benefits of such activity. This study aims to describe physical-activity levels and the barriers to it in a group of Puerto Rican breast cancer survivors, as well as detailing their preferences for an intervention. METHODS Participants who finished their chemotherapy and/or radiotherapy for breast cancer at least 4 months prior to the study were included. Demographic, anthropometric… CONTINUE READING
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