For someone undergoing treatment for breast cancer, the mere thought of exercising can increase their already extreme fatigue. And even thinking about eating, with the level of nausea they’re feeling, can make their stomach turn. Yet studies have shown, that exercise and good nutrition can help patients better tolerate their cancer treatments, as well as help them better manage side effects of treatment.
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BREAST CANCER COVERAGE
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. On Saturday, Oct. 19, we will publish a special edition of the newspaper on pink paper to promote awareness of this disease that impacts so many lives.