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Behavioral program boosts antibody that fights breast cancer

nts and that these effects are linked to lowering of stress hormones, a stronger immune response, and a better quality of life," Andersen said.

This study is part of the ongoing Stress and Immunity Breast Cancer Project headed by Andersen. Other investigators include Olivera Finn of the University of Pittsburgh and William Malarkey and William Farrar of Ohio State. Charles Emery, also of Ohio State, presented some of the exercise-related results at the APA meeting.

Among those funding the study are the American Cancer Society, The Longaberger Company, U.S. Army Medical Research, National Institute of Mental Health, the Walther Cancer Foundation, and Ohio State's Elizabeth Gee Fund.


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Contact: Barbara Andersen
614-292-4236
Ohio State University
30-Aug-1999


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