Physical Activity: One piece of the puzzle

Research has shown that breast cancer survivors who exercise have a 40% decreased chance of a recurrence. It has also shown that it reduces Cancer Related Fatigue. To help YOU be in the group of low recurrence, and lower your fatigue, TurningPoint offers virtual physical activities designed for breast cancer survivors. While these workouts are […]

Evidence Update: The Effectiveness of Physical Exercise on Bone Density in Osteoporotic Patients

Physical exercise is considered an effective means to help prevent osteoporosis and to increase bone strength in osteoporotic individuals. Breast cancer treatments, medications and surgery have a considerable impact on bone health, and patients may experience a loss of ovarian function, or if premenopausal before cancer treatment, may go through menopause earlier. The research supports […]

Evidence Update: Benefits of Physical Activity

To be physically active or not to be physically active? For the cancer patient or survivor this can be a recurring question. The American Cancer Society (ACS) suggests that adults receive 150 minutes of moderate intensity or 75 minutes of vigorous intensity activity each week. But what can the cancer patient or survivor expect from […]