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Exercise May Make Lung Cancer Surgery Easier

Lung cancer patients can halve their risk of postop complications by taking up an exercise program before their surgery, a new report suggests.

For the study, researchers analyzed reports on 13 clinical trials that included a total of over 800 people who had surgery for cancer. The patients had been treated for cancer of the bowel, liveresophagus,

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