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Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Part 4: Can Elite Athletes with Breast Cancer Recover Their Fitness Level?
Breast Cancer Awareness Month, Part 4: Can Elite Athletes with Breast Cancer Recover Their Fitness Level?

During October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month, ProFysio is focusing on how breast cancer patients can often benefit from physical therapy designed to keep them more active. In the final installment, part 4 of our series, we delve into the topic of elite athletes and breast ...

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