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  Volume 11, Issue 1 (Iranian Quarterly Journal of Breast Disease 2018)  

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Iranian Journal of Breast Disease
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These findings suggest that acute intermittent exercise mobilizes CD14+ monocytes and CD14+CD16- monocyte subsets in breast cancer survivors in a manner that is comparable to previous reports in healthy individuals. Further studies are warranted to determine the functionality of the mobilized monocytes and the effects of exercise training

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Results of the present study indicate that 72-bp variable number tandem repeat polymorphism in the intron 5 of sirtuin-3 gene may be a significant risk factor for susceptibility to breast cancer.

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The correlation between CLD and lung volume in tangential fields for the left and right lung was significant. With an increase of one unit in the CLD, on average we expect that left and right lungs volume is increased 2% and 3.2%, respectively.

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It appears that high intensity interval exercise can reduce the rate of tumor progression through decreasing the expression of some angiogenesis promoters, and is an effective non-medical method for reducing tumor growth.

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According to the results, a reduction in self-differentiation of patients increases maladaptive strategies and consequently reduces their quality of life. Therefore, more precise planning for educational and supportive interventions appears necessary for reducing maladaptive strategies and improving quality of life.

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