Cancer Prevention and Management through Exercise and Weight Control

Cancer Prevention and Management through Exercise and Weight Control

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a€œ is increasingly clear that cancer is also a disease of inertia. In this book, a broadly multidisciplinary group presents the evidence and provides the recommendations. ... The antidote to diseases of inertia is movement a€” leta€™s move!a€ John Potter, M.D., Ph.D., from the Foreword The American Cancer Society estimates that a third of all cancer deaths could be prevented through avoidance of obesity and the rejection of sedentary lifestyles. The World Health Organization also supports this claim. Additionally, these and other organizations now recognize the role that activity can play in improving the quality of life for cancer patients. Cancer Prevention and Management through Exercise and Weight Control provides us with the support necessary to make a call to action. Itbrings together the contributions of world-class researchers to lay out the evidence and a plan of attack for coping with this crisis. The text begins by focusing on the research methods used in assessing the complex associations between activity, energy balance, and risk and prognosis. In comprehensive literature reviews, the authors consider the role of physical activity in the incidence of individual cancers, then explore the mechanisms that might explain this connection. They continue with a look at the relation between weight and cancer incidence, including a consideration of genetics. Research is also provided linking physical activity and weight control to a cancer patienta€™s quality of life and prognosis. The work concludes with ideas on how a plan of action might be implemented at the individual, clinical, and public health levels. It also provides guidance on incorporating exercise and diet recommendations into clinical oncology practice.Dietary fat reduction in postmenopausal women with primary breast cancer: phase III womena#39;s intervention nutrition study (WINS). Proc. Amer Soc ... Schatzkin A. Kipnis V. Could exposure assessment problems give us wrong answers to nutrition and cancer questions? J Natl Cancer ... Association between dietary patterns and plasma biomarkers of obesity and cardiovascular disease risk. Am J Clin Nutranbsp;...

Title:Cancer Prevention and Management through Exercise and Weight Control
Author: Anne McTiernan
Publisher:CRC Press - 2005-12-15

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