Deputy head of science for WCRF Dr Rachel Thompson
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Free exercise important to 'help prevent cancer'

Thousands of people could prevent cancers by being more active according to the World Cancer Research Fund.

Researchers found that a third of people said that the cost of activities put them off exercise.

But the deputy head of science for the WCRF, Dr Rachel Thompson, said that free exercise such as brisk walks and housework could also help lower cancer risk.

  • 04 Jan 2011
  • From the section Health
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