Prostate Cancer Progression slowed by Brisk Walking

A study by University of California, San Francisco and published in the Cancer Research journal has found that men with localised prostate cancer who walk briskly for three or more hours per week can halve the rate at which the cancer grows and metastasises. Men who exercised more had fewer instances of bone mets, disease recurrence and death (although those with healthier lifestyles tended also not to smoke and were often younger).

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