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Making a Difference: Enhancing exercise adherence for breast cancer survivors.

Pekmezi, D., Martin, M.Y., Kvale, E., Meneses, K., & Demark-Wahnefried, W

Abstract

Readers can expect to learn more about the physical and mental health benefits, recommendations, prevalence rates, and trends for physical activity among breast cancer survivors. Commonly reported barriers to physical activity for breast cancer survivors also will be reviewed, along with strategies for overcoming these challenges.


Link to ACMS Health and Fitness Journal