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Byers T., Nestle M., McTiernan A., Doyle C., Currie-Williams A., Gansler T., and Thun M. American Cancer Society guidelines on nutrition and physical activity for cancer prevention: reducing the risk of cancer with healthy food choices and physical activity. CA Cancer Journal for Clinicians. Mar-Apr; 52(2):92-119,.

Burnham, T.R. and A. Wilcox. The Effects of Exercise on Physiological and Psychological Variables in Cancer Patients Following Clinical Treatment. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 34:12 1863-1867. December, 2002.

Chlebowski R.T., Aiello E., and McTiernan A., Weight loss in breast cancer patient management. Journal of Clinical Oncology. Feb 15;20(4):1128-1143, Review, 2002.

Courneya, K.S. Exercise Interventions During Cancer Treatment: Biopsychosocial Outcomes. Exercise and Sport science Reviews 29(2): 60-64, 2001.

Dimeo F.C., Rumberger B.G., and Keul J. Aerobic exercise as therapy for cancer fatigue. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise. 30(4):475-478, 1998.

Fairey A.S., Courneya K.S., Field C.J., Mackey J.R. Physical exercise and immune system function in cancer survivors: a comprehensive review and future directions. Cancer, Jan 15;94(2):539-551, Review, 2002.

Friedenreich, C. M. and T. E. Rohan. A review of physical activity and breast cancer. Epidemiology, 6: 311-317, 1995.

Friedenreich, C. M., and K. S. Courneya. Exercise as rehabilitation for cancer patients. Clinical Journal of Sport Medicine, 6: 237-244, 1996.

Martinsen E.W.. The role of aerobic exercise in the treatment of depression. Stress Medicine, 3:93-100, 1987.

McTiernan A. Physical activity and the prevention of breast cancer. Medscape Womens Health. Sep-Oct;5(5):E1, Review, 2000.

Pinto B.M., and Maruyama N.C. Exercise in the rehabilitation of breast cancer survivors. Psychooncolgy May-June;8(3):191-206, 1999.

Schwartz A.L. Fatigue mediates the effects of exercise on quality of life in women with breast cancer. Quality of Life Research. 8:529-538, 1999.

Schwartz, A.L. Weight change in women who do and do not exercise during adjuvant chemotherapy for breast cancer. Cancer Practice, 8:229-237, 2000.

Wyatt G., and Friedman L.L. Long-term female cancer survivors: quality of life issues and clinical implications. Cancer Nursing. Feb;19(1):1-7, 1996

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