Prescribing Physical Activity
Making physical activity a routine part of clinical care
Breast Cancer Now
Taking part in physical activity before, during and after breast cancer treatment can have many health benefits. It can help prevent and manage some of the effects of treatment, such as fatigue and depression.
You don’t need to take up an expensive gym membership; there are many ways to make physical activity an enjoyable part of everyday life.
Please see the useful links below for more information and advice.
Breast Cancer Now Useful Links
More information on exercise and breast cancer:
Exercise during and after treatment:
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