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The Effects and Efficacy of Exercise in Lung Cancer Patients: An Overview

Lung cancer accounted for approximately 13% of new cancer cases, and over a quarter of all cancer-related deaths last year. This sample of literature supports the assertion that exercise has a positive impact on lung cancer prognosis. The multitude of factors affecting lung cancer patients, including cancer stage, treatment and secondary effects of cancer and treatment, indicate that a supervised, individualized program of exercise is most effective in working with lung cancer patients.


O’Malley N, Stout B and Wonders KY

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