Proper diet and exercise boosts cancer survival rates

Studies of colon and breast cancer patients show that those implementing routine diet and exercise programs into their lifestyle can result in prolonged life expectancies.  

A colon cancer study showed patients with increased fruit and vegetable consumption, and reduced refined grain and meat consumption, combined with regular exercise had a 42% lower chance of death after seven years.  

Similarly, a study of Australian breast cancer survivors had better survival rates with the addition of 180 minutes of exercise per week.

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