Exercise may reduce side effects of breast cancer drugs
A combination of weight training and moderate aerobic exercise — such as brisk walking or jogging — may mitigate the side effects of drugs used to reduce breast cancer recurrence risk, a new study has found.

Aromatase Inhibitors (AIs) or hormone-therapy drugs reduce the risk of breast cancer recurrence, but they often lead to bone loss or severe joint pain, known as arthralgia.

Hence, many survivors — nearly 40 per cent of them, according to one study — stop taking AIs long before their customary five-year treatment period expires....