Studies Advise Prostate Cancer Survivors To Keep Moving

Studies Advise Prostate Cancer Survivors To Keep Moving
Two studies recently published in the Journal of Cancer Survivorship emphasize the benefits of exercise in cancer survivors. As the studies found, 3 or more hours of walking per week can significantly boost the health and vitality of prostate cancer survivors. Also, men and women who are survivors of colorectal cancer and regular walkers report much lower sensations of numbness, burning, tingling or loss of reflexes usually experienced after treatment.

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Isaura Santos graduated with a BS in Cell and Molecular Biology from Universidade Nova de Lisboa and a MA in Communication, Culture and Information Technologies from University Institute of Lisbon (ISCTE-IUL). Her professional interests include science communication, public awareness of science and communication of science through entertainment.

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