Exercise as medicine: Study finds it helps women tolerate side effects of breast cancer drugs

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SAN ANTONIO - Exercise might help women beat breast cancer. The study is the first major test of an exercise program for women on aromatase inhibitors. These estrogen-blocking pills, sold as Femara, Aromasin and other brands, are recommended for five years after initial breast cancer treatment for hormone-driven tumors, the most common type. The pills also increasingly are being used to help ...

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