The article from The American Institute for Cancer Research titled “New Breast Cancer Research Shows Importance of Diet and Exercise” highlights key findings from recent research exploring the connections between physical activity, nutrition, and breast cancer survivorship. The research is part of the World Cancer Research Fund International’s Global Cancer Update Program (CUP Global). Here are the main points:
Impact of Body Weight
Role of Physical Activity
Quality of Life
Dr. Nigel Brockton, Vice President of Research at AICR, notes that the institute’s ongoing research aims to provide evidence-based information to support individuals living with and beyond cancer. AICR will continue funding research into cancer and lifestyle to develop practical recommendations.
In conclusion, the research highlighted in the article underscores the significance of maintaining a healthy body weight, engaging in physical activity, and adopting a nutritious diet in preventing breast cancer, improving survival rates, and enhancing the quality of life for those affected by the disease.
Read the full article from The American Institute for Cancer Research at New Breast Cancer Research Shows Importance of Diet and Exercise.
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