Key clinical point: An exercise intervention improved AGFR in breast cancer survivors, which could have important health benefits.
Major finding: AGFR improved significantly with the exercise intervention vs. usual care (P less than .001), and AGFR correlated strongly with HOMA-IR (r = .95; P less than .01).
Study details: A prospective, randomized study of 100 breast cancer survivors.
Disclosures: The National Cancer Institute funded the study. The authors reported having no disclosures.
Dieli-Conwright C et al. ESMO 2019, Abstract 228P.