Regular exercise lowers bladder cancer mortality

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Research, presented at the American Urological Association annual meeting, concluded that steady exercise can lower the risk of bladder cancer. In this study, data from over two hundred thousand individuals were examined, evaluating their level of physical activity and their body mass index (BMI). A second study showed an inverse relation between smoking and bladder cancer survival, though a direct cause-effect link was not established.

Regular exercise lowers bladder cancer mortality
Regular exercise lowers bladder cancer mortality
The first study found that regular physical activity can reduce the risk of dying from bladder cancer. Meanwhile, the second study found that women are more likely to ignore blood in their urine — a key warning sign for this type of cancer. Both studies were presented at the American Urological Association annual meeting, which concluded Wednesday in Orlando, Florida.
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