Small boost in fitness enough to cut prostate cancer risk: study

Annual improvements of 3% or more in heart fitness led to a 35% lower risk.
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Even small increases in cardiorespiratory fitness can significantly reduce the risk of developing prostate cancer, researchers report.

An annual increase in aerobic fitness of 3% or more is linked to a 35% lower risk of prostate cancer, according to a report in the British Journal of Sports Medicine.