Women's Health

Research Shows Physical Activity Eases Chemo Brain for Breast Cancer Survivors

Research Shows Physical Activity Eases Chemo Brain for Breast Cancer Survivors

Researchers from the University of California San Diego School of Medicine have reported an initial study conducted in 87 women (breast cancer survivors) in order to demonstrate the association of an increase in physical activity and mental processing speed. All 87 women were between the ages of 21-86 as well as diagnosed and treated for breast cancer just 5 years prior to participation in the study.