********Working out may help the immune system target cancer cells, new study in mice suggests
Exercise may help to fight cancer by changing the inner workings of certain immune cells, according to an important new study in mice of how running affects tumours. The study involved rodents but could also have implications for understanding how exercise might affect cancer in people as well.
We already have considerable and compelling evidence that exercise alters our risks of developing or dying from malignancies. In a large-scale 2016 epidemiological study, for instance, highly-active people were found to be much less likely to develop 13 different types of cancer than people who rarely moved...
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