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LA Times: Moderate exercise appears to reduce breast cancer risk

A new study from researchers at the University of North Carolina’s Gillings School of Global Public Health teases out the benefits of exercise in preventing breast cancer, attempting to describe exactly how much exercise at what period of life seems to have the most benefit.

The report has some good news for women: Even moderate levels of physical activity — during childbearing years or after menopause — may reduce breast cancer risk. But weight gain in later life may negate some of the benefit, the team cautioned.

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