Background: Women living with breast cancer are encouraged to participate in physical activity to maximise their disease prevention and health promotion. Little is known, however, of the extent that exercise participation is limited by the adverse physical effects following different types of breast cancer surgery. This study investigated how the adverse physical effects following different types of breast cancer surgery are perceived to limit physical activity and sport.
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