Physical Activity After Menopause Reduces Breast Cancer Risk

News — By on January 19, 2009 at 8:14 am

Several studies had previously suggested that regular physical exercise reduces the breast cancer risk of women. However, it had been unknowned just how much exercise women should take in which period in life in order to benefit from this protective effect. Moreover, little was known about which particular type of breast cancer is influenced by physical activity.

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  • Ginna Dorkin says:

    Moderate physical activity, like brisk walking, 3 times a week can reduce a young woman’s risk of developing breast cancer by 33%, and the risk of breast cancer after menopause by 26%.
    Read here to know about other ways which plays an important role to prevent Breast Cancer

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