| Dec 21, 2015
Exercise isn’t a cure for cancer, but for more than 14 million Americans diagnosed with
cancer, daily life often improves when the body is engaged in regular physical activity. What’s more: recurrence of certain cancers may be lowered significantly for those who exercise. The medical community recognizes that, for many people, cancer is a chronic disease, and people often continue the treatment or management of their cancer for many years, even decades. A recent shift in perspective means that now a person is considered a “survivor” from the time of diagnosis. The seismic shift from passive recipient to active participant has come of age.
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