Weight loss can help cancer survivors reduce risk

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New data presented at a cancer conference suggests that more than three in five Australian breast cancer survivors are overweight or obese – and that it’s likely to increase their risk of cancer returning. Cancer experts are also discussing studies that show that weight loss programs can change the biological make-up of breast tissue cells

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