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Exercise to be prescribed like medicine to cancer patients, says new study

Exercise not only treats and prevents many forms of heart disease but is also highly beneficial for the people living with and beyond cancer, suggests a new study. To spread the message, an initiative called Moving Through Cancer has been initiated.
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