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Exercise training may slow breast cancer growth by increasing anti-tumor immune response – News-Medical.Net

Exercise training may slow tumor growth and improve outcomes for females with breast cancer – especially those treated with immunotherapy drugs – by stimulating…

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Exercise training may slow tumor growth and improve outcomes for females with breast cancer – especially those treated with immunotherapy drugs – by stimulating naturally occurring immune mechanisms, researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH) and Harvard Medical School (HMS) have found.
Tumors in mouse models of human breast cancer grew more slowly in mice put through their paces in a structured aerobic exercise program than in sedentary mice, and the tumors in exercised mice exhibited…

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