09/21/2010 // Chicago, Il, USA // Get Cancer Answers // Cancer Answers

Two studies find stress acts as fertilizer to feed breast cancer and helps cancer survive treatment therapy. Researchers discovered that stress is biologically reprogramming the immune cells that are trying to fight the cancer, transforming them from protecting the body against disease into aiders. The second report finds that patients who experience physical from exercise or psychological stress up to two days before a cancer treatment might sabotaging their cancer therapy.



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