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Yoga improves treatment-related symptoms in men with prostate cancer

By: Charlie Schmidt, Editor, Harvard Medical School Annual Report on Prostate Disease Decades of research show that yoga can reduce the emotional and physical fatigue brought on by cancer treatment. Now researchers have shown for the first time thatís also true specifically for men being treated for prostate cancer. Men who took a yoga class twice a week during treatment reported less fatigue, fewer sexual side effects, and better urinary functioning than men who…

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