Fewer Calories Lead to Increased Breast Cancer Survival

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By Alabama News Network

According to a new study in the journal "Breast Cancer Research and Treatment,"  eating fewer calories boosts cancer survival rates.

Researchers recommend breast cancer patients cut calorie intake by a third. They say dieting can strengthen tissue around a tumor to keep cancer cells from spreading.

They also say maintaining a healthy weight makes treatments more effective.




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