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July 2005 Issue

Walking Boosts Survival After Breast Cancer

Women who are physically active after being diagnosed with breast cancer—especially those with stage 3 disease and those with estrogen-sensitive tumors—are likely to live longer than inactive women, researchers of the Nurses' Health Study found.

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