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"While poor fitness is already known to predict future cardiovascular disease, this is the first study to explore fitness as a marker of future cancer risk prognosis.
This finding makes it clear that patients should be advised that they need to achieve a certain fitness level, and not just be told that they need to exercise. And unlike exercise behavior, which relies on patient self-reporting, fitness can be objectively and accurately measured in a clinical setting."
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"Cardiorespiratory fitness and risk of cancer incidence and cause-specific mortality following a cancer diagnosis in men: The Cooper Center longitudinal study."
Susan G. Lakoski, Carolyn Barlow, Ang Gao, Laura DeFina, Nina Radford, Steve Farrell, Benjamin Willis, Jeffrey M. Peppercorn, Pamela S. Douglas, Jarett Berry, Lee Jones
J Clin Oncol 31, 2013
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