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Cancer patients should be prescribed exercise. Here's why

People take part in an aerobics class at a shopping centre in Malaga, southern Spain, August 1, 2014. Picture taken August 1, 2014. REUTERS/Jon Nazca (SPAIN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)

Cancer patients who exercise regularly experience fewer side effects from treatment. Image: REUTERS/Jon Nazca

Prue Cormie
Principal Research Fellow in Exercise & Cancer, Australian Catholic University
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Physical exercise can lower the chances of cancer resurgence and death. Image: British Journal of Sports Medicine
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