Scots experts call for exercise sessions for cancer patients



Exercise sessions used to help people recovering from heart disease should be offered to cancer patients, Scottish scientists say.
Thousands of NHS patients already take part in cardiac rehabilitation programmes, as physical activity is known to help improve quality of life for people with heart problems.
Researchers from Stirling University have called for an equivalent programme for Scottish bowel cancer patients, after a study revealed significant increases in wellbeing, and improvements to anxiety and depression levels among the 41 patients who took part in a cardiac rehabilitiation... read more

 
4 October 2016 in Health, Views: 46
Source: Scotsman
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