Physical Activity Among Breast Cancer Survivors: Regular Exercisers vs Participants in a Physical Activity Intervention
Background: Secondary prevention is of great importance in the cancer survivor population, given the substantial medical risks survivors face. Consequently, researchers have begun developing interventions that target behavioral risk factors, such as sedentary lifestyle, among survivors. This study represents a novel approach for evaluating the efficacy of a physical activity intervention for breast cancer survivors.
Recommended CitationTrunzo, Joseph J.; Rabin, Carolyn S.; Pinto,, Bernardine M.; Frierson, Georita M.; and Bucknam, Lynn M., "Physical Activity Among Breast Cancer Survivors: Regular Exercisers vs Participants in a Physical Activity Intervention" (2006). Applied Psychology Journal Articles. Paper 13.
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