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What The Study Did: Researchers examined the associations of daily sitting time and leisure-time physical activity with risk of death among 1,500 cancer survivors during more than 4 years of follow-up.
Authors: Lin Yang, Ph.D., of Alberta Health Services in Calgary, Canada, is the corresponding author.
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