Acute Exercise Intervention in Reducing Breast Cancer Risk in Healthy Participants (ACE)

Complete Title: Acute Effects of Exercise on Breast Cancer Biomarkers (ACE) Study
Trial Phase: N/A
Investigator: Anne McTiernan

This trial studies how well a bout of acute exercise in healthy participants can help reduce risk of breast cancer in healthy participants. An acute exercise intervention may affect factors associated with breast cancer and help doctors learn more about how exercise can help prevent breast cancer.

  • Breast Cancer
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Anne McTiernan
Acute Effects of Exercise on Breast Cancer Biomarkers (ACE) Study
Breast Cancer