Physical activity and breast cancer risk: results from the UK Biobank prospective cohort
Previous studies suggest a protective role of physical activity in breast cancer risk, largely based on self-reported activity. We aimed to clarify this association by examining breast cancer risk in relation to self-reported physical activity, informed by accelerometer-based measures in a large subset of participants.
We analysed data from 47,456 premenopausal and 126,704 postmenopausal women in UK Biobank followed...Expand abstract
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