Exercise may lower risk of types of breast cancer that are more difficult to treat

Harvard Bell Fellow Lindsay Kobayashi, PhD, is co-lead author on a study published in Breast Cancer Research and Treatment that has found that among post-menopausal women, moderate-to vigorous-physical activity (e.g., cycling, running, swimming) measured throughout the lifetime is linked to a reduced risk of the types of breast cancer (triple negative) that are not as … Continue reading “Exercise may lower risk of types of breast cancer that are more difficult to treat”