Physical activity may improve cognitive function among breast cancer survivors
8 days ago - By Healio
Sheri J. Hartman
Increased physical activity improved cognitive function among a cohort of breast cancer survivors who were 2 years beyond surgery, according to study results.
“Slowed processing speed can have substantial implications for independent functioning, supporting the potential importance of early implementation of an exercise intervention among patients with breast cancer,” Sheri J. Hartman, PhD, assistant professor in the department of family medicine and public health at Moores Cancer Center at University of California, San Diego, and colleagues wrote.
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